A proposal to further tighten Arlington’s smoking regulations and qualify Arlington for a formal smoke-free city designation was tentatively approved Tuesday night by the City Council. The issue drew a full house of supporters and opponents of the anti-smoking proposal. More than a dozen people wearing T-shirts featuring the logo of Smoke-Free Arlington stamped with a large “NO” turned out to support bingo parlors, where several said they work. Max Faulkner Star-Telegram archives
A proposal to further tighten Arlington’s smoking regulations and qualify Arlington for a formal smoke-free city designation was tentatively approved Tuesday night by the City Council. The issue drew a full house of supporters and opponents of the anti-smoking proposal. More than a dozen people wearing T-shirts featuring the logo of Smoke-Free Arlington stamped with a large “NO” turned out to support bingo parlors, where several said they work. Max Faulkner Star-Telegram archives

Overflow crowd turns out for Arlington council vote on extending smoking ban

April 11, 2017 10:37 PM