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August 03, 2005

Indoor smoking ban makes the ballot

It's official.  I-901, the "drinking without stinking" initiative, (aka the indoor smoking ban) will be on ballot.  Congrats to Katherine and the rest of the team there who worked on gathering signatures.  No official opposition so far.

Posted by Jon Stahl on August 3, 2005 at 09:47 PM in Ballot Initiatives | Permalink

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Hooray! I sure hope this passes. No one should have to choose between their health and their job.
If you'd like to help and see this law passed, please email the campaign office today at info@healthyindoorairwa.org or call (206) 522-2233.

Posted by: Holly Forrest | Aug 4, 2005 10:04:29 PM

Allowing a Class A carcinogen to remain in the workplace is not something that should be "owner's choice".
"But smoking is a legal activity", opponents say. Drinking water is legal too, but you can't have lead in it(or asbestos, radon, arsenic, etc either). Just like everywhere else, the ban will happen, the world will continue to rotate, and people will wonder what all the big fuss was about.

Posted by: Jay Holzman | Aug 8, 2005 8:00:30 AM

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