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Branson Officials Ease Cigarette Ban Provisions

BRANSON, Mo. (AP) — Officials in Branson have eased some provisions of a proposal to ban smoking of cigarettes and electronic cigarettes in most public places. The Board of Aldermen in the southwest Missouri resort town has rewritten the proposal to allow smoking in up to 20 percent of rooms in hotels and motels

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Sedalia City Council Decides Not to Amend the Smoking Ban

While the main issue at Monday night’s City Council work session (March 3) was a final review of the 2015 fiscal budget, the item on the agenda that garnered the most attention was amending the smoking ordinance for the City of Sedalia.

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Sedalia City Council Reconsiders the Smoking Ordinance

There was only one item on the Sedalia City Council's agenda at their meeting on Monday night (Feb. 10). The council held another public forum on the smoking ban that was put into effect in September of 2013.

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Sedalia City Council to Give Smoking Ban a Second Look on February 10

The Sedalia City Council has decided to once again bring the smoking ban to the council chamber floor for discussion and possibly revision.

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St. Joseph Residents Will Vote on Smoking Ban

ST. JOSEPH, Mo. (AP) — St. Joseph residents will decide the fate of a citizen-led initiative to ban indoor smoking at nearly all public places in the city.

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The Sedalia City Council Should Completely Ban Fast Food [OPINION]

The Sedalia City Council recently decided to uphold the smoking ban, which is necessary to protect the welfare of the public's health. The rights of the non-smoker have been up in flames until recently. Since Sedalia has eliminated smoking in public places, they should also eliminate other things in this town to make it more healthy for us all.

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Sedalia City Council Split on Smoking Ban, Mayor Elaine Horn Decides to Make No Changes to Ban For Now

The Sedalia City Council met Saturday morning (Oct. 12) in a work session with only one item on the agenda: Sedalia's smoking ban.  After the city council split 4-4 on a vote to leave the current smoking ban unchanged, Mayor Elaine Horn's tie-braking vote supported the option, resulting in no changes to the ban.  The city council may revisit the issue in 60 days.

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Sedalia Bar Owners and Citizens Fill the City Council Chambers to Protest Smoking Ban

The Sedalia City Council met at City Hall last night (Oct. 7), and once again, it was not a quiet meeting. A large number of bar owners, and other citizens filled the chamber to wait their turn at the microphone in order to protest the smoking ban, a ban which many business owners said has nearly put them out of business.

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Sedalia City Council Meeting Features Lively Discussions on Contested Issues Monday Night

The Sedalia City Council met last night (Sept. 23) in the first floor council chamber of City Hall for a work session in order to make room for the large crowd of Sedalia citizens who attended the meeting that covered three contentious subjects.

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Bottom’s Up Hosting “Burn the Ban” Party, Counting Down to Sedalia’s Smoking Ban

At 12:01 a.m. on Sept. 1, smokers will have to snuff out their cigarettes and bar owners will empty their ashtrays as Sedalia's smoking ban goes into effect. Although the ban passed with a 6-2 vote at a city council meeting last June, not everybody is happy about it. Bottom's Up, a Sedalia bar affected by the ban, will be holding a "Burn the Ban" party, counting down the minutes on Saturday night until smokers can no longer comfortably light up inside.

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