NJ discussing smoking ban at beaches and parks

The bill would require the state's health and

The bill would require the state's health and environmental protection departments to come up with rules to implement the ban.

(AP) - New Jersey lawmakers are considering a law that would ban smoking at all public beaches and parks in the state.    A state Assembly committee advanced the proposal at a hearing Thursday morning in Trenton.    It now goes to the full Assembly, where a final vote has not been scheduled.    The bill is designed to eliminate exposure to secondhand...

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