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Today's topic got me thinking - I am in Delaware and you cannot smoke anywhere here. The hospitals are smoke free campuses (meaning you cannot even go outside to smoke) and restaurants and bars are totally smoke free. I forget when we go out of state that other places are not like that.
What state do you live in and can you smoke in public places there? (Restaurants, etc)
MO -- I don't think it's completely smoke-free but I do think that a bunch of cities and/or businesses around here put regulations on smoking in public places. The only place I can think of that I have seen people smoking is in bars and outside of Wal-Mart.
C...mom to A, C, E, L, I, and R
I'm in Indiana and I don't think it's all smoke free here since there are a few restaurants that still ask smoking or nonsmoking. I do know the hospital we go to is a no smoking campus.. can't even smoke in the parking lot or anywhere on hospital grounds. Most places though did away with their smoking sections at least where I live.
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