Lebanese bar owners protest smoking ban

Lebanese bar owners protest smoking ban

Beirut : Lebanon | Sep 03, 2012 at 7:42 AM PDT
Source: United Press International
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More than 350 protesters who gathered Monday in Antelias, Lebanon said a new smoking ban will hurt the tourism industry. The ban on smoking in all closed public spaces went into effect Monday. It imposes a $90 fine on both the owners of an establishment and a person smoking there, The (Beirut) Daily Star... FULL ARTICLE AT United Press International
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