Letter: Smoking ban has hurt business
State officials 'report the ban - which began May 1 - hasn't hurt business,' reports The Detroit News in its Dec.
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#1 Jan 21, 2011
The author talks about liquor sales at bowling places being down 45%. How about total liquor sales? Maybe the smoking ban took more drunks off the roads. Maybe the economy cut down on entertainment budgets. The net effect of program changes is often difficult to determine.
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