(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 smoke at beaches and parks, cut down on...

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