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Law | San Anselmo, CA Considering Smoking Ban

The town council of San Anselmo, California is looking to ban smoking that includes some residents own private patios. On Tuesday night the San Anselmo Town Council this past Tuesday considered an amendment to their current ordinance. The new amendment would ban smoking in all multi-unit residential buildings or units where a common wall is shared. This includes two family homes, apartments and condominiums. The first reading of the proposal occurred at the meeting and […]

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Law: Culver City, CA Passes Smoking Ban in Multi-Unit Housing *UPDATE*

At the most recent meeting of the city council in Culver City, CA discussions were held about regulating smoking inside a multi-unit housing. The next step will be to draft an ordinance which will prohibit a person from lighting up inside a location that has more than one family. This includes privately owned property. Though no date was set for the ordinance, the draft will be considered at an upcoming city council meeting. Culver City […]

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Law: El Cerrito On Track For Toughest Smoking Laws in California

El Cerrito sits in the San Francisco Bay area of California and home to over 23,000 residents. They are about to become known as having one of the toughest tobacco laws in the country that would ban smoking from public, residential and commercial areas. On Tuesday, the city held the first reading of the Smoking Pollution Protection Ordinance at a meeting of the City Council. The law if passed in October will have one of […]

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