ECONOMIC IMPACT OF INSTITUTING SMOKING PROHIBITIONS IN NEW YORK

1986-10-00

Report on the economic impact smoking restrictions will have on New York. Covers the loss in both the private and public sectors as well as the social cost versus the private cost. Provides an overview of the proposed amendments to the New York Sanitary Code and concludes that a restriction of public smoking will cost the taxpayers and the small businesses in New York an estimated 623.7 million do... read more

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Subjects
STERLING T
WEINKAM J
GILL T #MELIUS J
TI
Y PUB HEALTH CNCL
CHICAGO SUN TIMES
RAMEY
CHICAGO SMOKERS CRT
HOTEL RESTAURANT EMPLOYEES UNION
NIOSH
ACVA ATLANTIC
BUREAU LABOR STATISTICS
JRNL OCCUPATIONAL MED
NATL HEALTH INTERVIEW SURVEY
NATL CNTR HEALTH STATISTICS
CENSUS SERV IND
US DEPT COM
CENSUS RETAIL TRADE
HAMILTON ASSOC
BOOK OF ST
CNCL ST GOVT
IBID
MUTUAL SAVINGS BK
STATISTICAL ABSTRACT US
TAX BURDEN TOBACCO
J JAY COLL CRIMINAL JUSTICE
SHUGHART WF
SMOKING SOC
LEXINGTON BOOKS
NATL MINORITY CNCL
ROBERTSON G # ACVA ATLANTIC
TOLLISON RD
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