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Nevada voters banned smoking in bars and restaurants and other public places frequented by children in 2006, right? Sort of. In fact, the initiative did that but only for three years. Right now, the Nevada Tavern Owners' Association and the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors' Association are pushing changes that would allow smoking in bars again. Can lawmakers do that to an initiative? And what would the impact of the changes be?
Amy Beaulieu, Dir, Tobacco Control Policy, American Lung Association in Nevada
Steve Sebelius, Columnist, LVRJ

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