Bars and clubs are now smoke free

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(KSL News) Utah's bars and clubs started the new year smoke free.

New Year's revelers with a craving for nicotine had to take it outside last night. That was because Utah's Indoor Clean Air Act took full effect at midnight.

Now, smokers who light up inside a nightlife establishment face fines.

Bars and clubs also face fines of up to $5,000 dollars for allowing smoking.

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