NYC makes parks, beaches, pedestrian plazas no-smoking zones

05/24/2011 | Reuters

New York City parks, beaches and pedestrian plazas became no-smoking zones this week as part of Mayor Michael Bloomberg's healthy habits campaign that already includes similar bans for restaurants and bars. The measure, similar to those already in place in Chicago and Los Angeles, was called an attack on civil liberties by those who support the right to smoke in public.

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