Smoking warriors expand battlefield: Health advocates accuse grocers, retailers of misleading public with smoke-free claims

Bars and restaurants aren't the only firms that will soon feel the heat from health advocates pushing laws to ban smoking in public places. Some are broadening their gaze to drugstores and even supermarkets as potential health risks-and they're naming names of offending businesses. It's a radical approach in a mildmannered metro area, where few dare to poke fingers in the eyes of the business or political elite. And it's in stark contrast to groups such as Smoke Free Indy,...

 

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