ATLANTA (AP) Atlantas city council has approved a far-reaching ban on smoking and vaping in restaurants and bars and potentially one of the worlds busiest airports.
City council members approved the ban on Monday, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported. It covers cigarettes, cigars and electronic cigarettes. If signed by the mayor, it would take effect Jan. 2.
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is one of the few major U.S. hubs where people can still smoke inside designated rooms.
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