One year later, support for smoking ban up


DICKINSON, N.D. —  Support has only increased in the year since North Dakota voters decided to end smoking in bars, the group that lobbied to implement the law said.

North Dakotans got the measure on last November’s general election ballot, and it passed with a supermajority of 67 percent. Three months later, Tobacco Free North Dakota polled a statistical cross section of the state to find that approval had increased to 72 percent.

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Katherine Grandstrand
I graduated from Bemidji State University in 2007 with a bachelor's degree in mass communcations, from Columbia College Chicago in 2009 with a master's degree in journalism.  
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