S. 1440 SMOKING RESTRICTIONS IN FEDERAL BUILDINGS

1985-10-09

Talking points against S. 1440, restricting smoking in federal buildings. Accuses bill of being unfair, causing low morale and productivity, and infringing on the collective bargaining rights of unions. Calls bill unnecessary, asserting that studies do not show proof that secondhand smoke is a health hazard and that federal workers do not want the bill. Concludes that bill is unworkable and expens... read more

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Subjects
TOLLISON,R
LOR
DEPT OF DEFENSE
GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION
GEORGE MASON UNIV
HHS, DEPT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
US GOVERNMENT
Permanent URL
http://hdl.handle.net/10427/30081
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