ABC Evening News for Saturday, Mar 25, 1995
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(Studio: Catherine Crier) Report introduced.
(Annapolis, Maryland: Jerry King) The political controversy over Maryland's new restrictive ban on smoking in the workplace featured; details given of the opposition to the ban from some politicians, hospitality businesses and farmers. [March 2, Governor Parris GLENDENING - says the smoking ban will be enforced.] [State senate president Mike MILLER - calls the ban intrusive.] [Former governor William Donald SCHAEFER, Maryland licensed beverage association Clyte FRANKLIN, Maryland tourism council Mary Jo McCULLOCH, tobacco farmer Franklin WOOD - comment on the ban.]
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