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Beginning next year, smokers will have to go outside to smoke when dining out or going out for a drink.
Gov. Bev Perdue on Tuesday signed a bill that would eliminate smoking in all restaurants and bars in the state as well as state government buildings.
Last week, the N.C. House voted to concur with the Senate version of the original House bill, “Prohibit Smoking in Certain Public Places,” banning smoking in restaurants and bars but stopped short of prohibiting it in all workplaces, as was originally proposed.
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