Secondhand Tobacco Smoke and Municipal Smokefree Ordinances: Attitudes of Restaurant and Bar Owners and Managers

@article{Hays2006SecondhandTS,
  title={Secondhand Tobacco Smoke and Municipal Smokefree Ordinances: Attitudes of Restaurant and Bar Owners and Managers},
  author={Scott Hays},
  journal={Journal of Drug Education},
  year={2006},
  volume={36},
  pages={279 - 295}
}
  • Scott Hays
  • Published 2006
  • Medicine
  • Journal of Drug Education
  • Understanding the attitudes of restaurant and bar owners and managers toward a smokefree city ordinance can contribute greatly to the success of a smokefree policy campaign. While local opposition to a smokefree policy always arises from restaurant and bar owners, this study of restaurant and bar owners and managers in two Midwestern cities reveals that over two-thirds (67.1%) support a smokefree restaurant policy, and over 40% support a policy that would include bars. Moreover, most prefer the… CONTINUE READING
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