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Measure Details

An Act to Prohibit Smoking Tobacco or Carrying Lighted Tobacco Products in Certain Places and to Require Certain Persons to Inform Violators of the Prohibition

South Dakota Ballot Measure - Referred Law 12

Election: Nov. 2, 2010 (General)
Outcome: Passed

Categories:
Business and Consumers
Health and Health Care

Yes
204,160
(64.37%)

Argument For

No
113,011
(35.63%)

Argument Against

Summary

    The referred law broadens the State's ban on smoking to apply to all restaurants, bars, package liquor stores, Deadwood casinos and video lottery establishments. It requires owners, managers, and operators of places where smoking is prohibited to inform violators of the smoking ban. The ban does not apply to tobacco shops, hotel rooms designated as smoking rooms, and existing cigar bars.

    A vote "Yes" is for broadening the State's ban on smoking.

    A vote "No" is against the referred law.

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