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Bloomberg considers outdoor smoking ban in NYC
By: Bill O'ReillySeptember 16, 2010
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CNN: New York City could be inching closer to banning outdoor smoking in parks, beaches, marinas, boardwalks and pedestrian plazas. Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced Wednesday plans to expand smoking bans outdoors because of the effects of secondhand smoke. "The science is clear: prolonged exposure to secondhand smoke - whether you're indoors or out - hurts your health. Today, we're doing something about it," the mayor said in a news release.
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