NEW YORK ASSEMBLY DEFEATS BILL TO PROHIBIT SMOKING IN PUBLIC PLACES.

DIONNE EJ JR
1978-05-04

Copy; Article from the New York Times on the defeat of a ban on smoking in public places in the New York State Assembly. Demonstrates conservative sentiment that the bill was anti-labor and too restrictive. Shows the liberal argument that cigarette interests got people "riled up." Discusses the technicalities of legislation, including whether or not to include restaurants.

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Subjects
GRANNIS AB
HENDERSON CD
RYAN AW
MEGA CJ
SMITH WT
CAEMMERER JD
CAREY
RJR
US HOUSE
FEDERAL HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION
ST DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION
NY CITY PUBLIC EMPLOYEE UNIONS
CIVIL SERVICE EMPLOYEES ASSN
US CONGRESS
US SENATE
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