Cigar Bar Bill Killed In State Senate

(Bismarck, ND) — State senators have rejected a bill that would have allowed cigar bars in North Dakota. Supporters argued the bill would mean freedom for customers and for entrepreneurs. Opponents said the measure would erode the state’s Indoor Clean Air Act, which bans smoking in public places. The proposal had narrowly won passage in the state House.

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