Indiana Needs A Comprehensive Smoke-Free Workplace Law

In State News on January 17, 2011 at 10:29 am

On Wednesday, the House Public Health Committee held a hearing on HB 1018, the Indiana Comrehensive Indoor Clean Air Act, which would require all Indiana workplaces, including restaurants and bars, to go smoke-free.

The bill, however, contains exemptions for casinos. Radio show host Dave Crooks wrote a great blog about the issue here:

We feel all workers deserve to breathe clean air. No one should have to choose between their health and a paycheck. You can support smoke-free workplace by contacting your representative and patronizing only smoke-free businesses.


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