Smoking ban complaints drop in Ohio
Complaints filed against businesses for violating Ohio's smoking ban are dropping, a sign that more bars and restaurants are following the law, state health officials said.
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Since: Aug 09
#1 Mar 2, 2010
Made much easier since there are fewer bars and restaurants open now.
#2 Mar 2, 2010
Thanks for telling it the way it is.
#3 Mar 2, 2010
Even businesses have no smoking signs. Most businesses follow up and have them in the workplace rules. No smoking at work. Some have designated area's to smoke in.
If you are caught you could get a reprimand put in your file.
Then, later, you see the human resources come up to hold a meeting over it and human resources walks outside and smokes a cigarette in a non smoking designated area.
It's a joke. Remember high school, smoke in the bathroom.
“We Have A Lot Of Work To Do”
Since: Feb 10
#4 Mar 3, 2010
It seems like more people are finally getting used to the law and are being creative in getting around it or following it. Whether you believe it's a good law or not, at least it seems like people understand the law now.
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