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Candidates for the Ward 5 Council seat received grades ranging from “A” to “F” after filling out a Smokefree DC questionnaire that asked about everything from their willingness to support smokefree parks to how they would handle a query from a constituent grappling with secondhand smoke intrusion [...]
What a great idea.
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is proposing that all apartments and condos in the city be required to come up with a policy on smoking and make it clear to prospective buyers and tenants.
He stresses that this is not, we repeat not, a ban.
What would this law do? It would require [...]
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A newly renovated, 34-story high-rise is opening in Detroit. Washington, D.C., can learn a little something from this new building in the Motor City.
Specifically, the building, called Broderick Tower, is opening with a strong smokefree policy.
No. 22 of the rules states: Smoking, of any kind, including medically prescribed marijuana, is [...]
In case you missed it, Channel 8 did a good piece last night on the dangers of secondhand smoke and the problems that nonsmokers in apartments and condos are increasingly experiencing with it.
Here at Smokefree DC, we get a regular – and increasing – stream of calls and emails from people who are desperate to [...]