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Some Private Clubs Ban Smoking

Some Private Clubs Ban Smoking



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(KSL News) Some Utah private clubs could soon be smoke free.

Gastronomy clubs, including The New Yorker, The Wine Bar, and Market Street Oyster bars will ban patrons from smoking starting February first.

Club officials say they endorse Senate Bill 77, which would eliminate smoking in private clubs. They also say they were motivated to change for their customers and employees.

If legislation passes, Utah will join eight states with laws that ban smoking in all public places.

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