Re: Challenge to Hospitality: The ID Check in the Lobby

Herb Ste>> "NOT a public place" would imply that the no-smoking ban in NY is a crock.

> I have no idea what the terms are of no-smoking ban which is a > different issue. But any property owner may ban smoking on their own > property if they so choose. The govt for many years has banned > smoking in some places, such as the inside of a transit bus.

No smoking in "public places" -- which includes pretty much everywhere

- bars, hotel lobbies, etc. Owner of premises CANNOT decide to allow smoking on his or her own property. Seems unconstitutional, if ya ask me.

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