City Of Duncanville Considering Stricter Smoking OrdinanceOne North Texas city is considering a much stricter smoking ordinance. A big crowd is expected at a Duncanville Town Hall Meeting tonight to broach the subject.
Irving City Council Votes To Ban Public Smoking With Few ExceptionsIrving council pass ordinance banning smoking in all public places, except for 8 restaurants and 1 bingo parlor.
Anti-Smoking Battle Moves Outdoors; Bans Increase First it was bars, restaurants and office buildings. Now the the "No Smoking" battle has moved outdoors. City parks, college campuses and other outdoor venues are putting up signs telling smokers they can't light up.
Irving City Council Considering Smoking Ban ProposalThe City of Irving could soon join the list of other North Texas cities that have banned smoking. The push is coming from the Board of Health in the city. The smoking ban proposal is now being considered by the city council.
Denton Smoking Ordinance In EffectDenton joined the growing list of North Texas cities to ban smoking. But local businesses are allowed some breathing room to comply with the ordinance.
North Texas Rep. Pushing For Statewide Smoking BanA North Texas representative has filed a bill to make all businesses in the state smoke-free. Denton Republican Myra Crownover says House Bill 400 is targeted to protect employees from second-hand smoke.
Arlington Postpones Smoking Ban DecisionThe City of Arlington has tabled a proposal to ban smoking in billiard parlors and city parks, while restricting smoking at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington.
Lewisville Smoking Ban In Effect October 1The City of Lewisville has banned smoking at restaurants, bars and bowling alleys. The City Council voted 3-2 during a special meeting on Monday to enact the ban.
Lewisville City Council Mulls Smoking BanLewisville could be the next city jumping on the no-smoking ban-wagon: The City Council is strongly considering banning lighting up in restaurants and bars.
Will Fort Worth Be The 1st Major City To Ban Hiring Smokers?Businesses are doing it, hospitals are doing it… will the City of Fort Worth be the next employer, and first major city in the country, to ban the hiring of smokers?
To Keep Research Funding, Universities Mull Tobacco BanA state agency is finding that the billions of dollars it has at its disposal may allow it to be more effective in getting comprehensive tobacco-free policies established — most notably, at university campuses.
Only Non-Smokers Need Apply At BaylorA new hiring limitation by one employer could make the job search even harder. The Baylor Health Care System has decided that if you use tobacco, in any form, you won't get a job with them.