BUSINESS, LABOR FIRE UP TO FIGHT ANTI-SMOKING PROP. 5

PETERSON, M
1978-09-26

Article on California anti-smoking Proposition 5. Discusses support from business, organized labor, and fire fighters on the basis that such a prohibition would have drastic consequences on business. Lists varying cost estimates. Summarizes other arguments for and against the proposition.

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Subjects
PETERSON, M
BRAUM, M
GILLES, D
HENNING, J
KYKER, S
MEANY, G
SANDFORD, M
BW
SACRAMENTO CA BEE
CA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
CA ASSN OF REALTORS
CA LABOR FEDERATION
CA STATE RESTAURANT ASSN
WRIGHT INST OF BERKELEY
CALIFORNIANS FOR COMMON SENSE
NATL FEDERATION OF SMALL BUSINESS
CA HOTEL + MOTEL ASSN
CA MFG ASSN
AMERICAN FEDERATION OF LABOR
UNITED AUTO WORKERS
SACRAMENTO METROPOLITAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
SACRAMENTO AREA COMMERCE + TRADE ORG
NATL FEDERATION OF INDEPENDENT BUSINESSMEN
AFL CIO
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