A local coalition will once again try to convince the Augusta Commission to ban smoking in bars and other public workplaces. But this time... Augusta Commission will be asked to ban smoking

A local coalition will once again try to convince the Augusta Commission to ban smoking in bars and other public workplaces. But this time might be different because Savannah has done well both health-wise and financially since its tougher ordinance in 2010.

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