PANEL APPROVES SMOKING BAN IN FEDERAL BUILDINGS

LEVINAS,M
1993-06-19

Article reporting the passage of a piece of legislation banning smoking in all federal buildings but allowing the heads of agencies to designate isolated areas reserved for smoking. Discusses the view of those in opposition to the bill, claiming that there is not enough research to support the ban and that there is no guarantee that the heads of agency's will implement these smoking areas.

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Community Health Program Records
Subjects
CLYBURN,JE
DERWINSKI,EJ
DUNCAN,JJ JR
EMERSON,W
FOLEY,TS
JENKINS,RM
NADLER,J
SURGEON GENERAL
TRAFICANT,JA JR
VALENTINE,T
WISE,R
PM
CONGRESS
DEPT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS
GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE
HOUSE
PUBLIC WORKS + TRANSPORTATION COMM
PUBLIC WORKS COMM
SUBCOMM ON PUBLIC BUILDINGS
Permanent URL
http://hdl.handle.net/10427/30463
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