Public hearing on Clark County smoking ban
WINCHESTER . Citizens’ opinions were split during a public hearing Thursday night about a proposed smoking ban in Clark County. On Sept. 23, the Clark County Board of Health approved on first reading a county-wide ban on smoking in enclosed public places. The establishments affected would include bars, bingo halls, restaurants and retail stores. About 25 people came to the hearing …
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