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(Studio: Jeff Glor) Report introduced.
(Atlanta: Mark Strassmann) A CDC report on the decline in heart attacks from secondhand smoke examined; details given about the study in Pueblo, Colorado, where smoking was banned in 2003 and heart attack admissions dropped over three years. [CDC Office on Smoking and Health Dr. Terry PECHACEK- comments on the smoke-heart attack link.] [New York City Mayor Michael BLOOMBERG, bar GUY - offer differing opinions on smoking.] Map shown of states with smoke-free laws in public places.
- Glor, Jeff;
- Strassmann, Mark
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