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Calabasas, California / Smoking Ban #822087

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Mar 12, 2006
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(Studio: Bill Weir) A closer look at one city's efforts to ban smoking introduced; cigarette sales statistics cited.

(Calabasas, California: Miguel Marquez) The restrictive ban on smoking in Calabasas, California, featured; scenes shown from the city where smoking will not be allowed anywhere people congregate; details given about threatening e-mails the city has received. [WOMAN - calls it unconstitutional.] [Mayor Barry GROVEMAN†- says there is no right to smoke.] [MAN - opposes smoking.] [New York Coalition of Social Smokers Jonathan PINARD†- opposes bans on smoking.]

Weir, Bill;
Marquez, Miguel

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