The experience of Savannah’s bars and restaurants, smoke-free since 2011, is making it easier for other cities around Georgia to clear their indoor air,... Savannah a model for cities to go smoke-free

The experience of Savannah’s bars and restaurants, smoke-free since 2011, is making it easier for other cities around Georgia to clear their indoor air, too, Kenneth Ray of the Georgia Department of Public Health told local public health workers and advocates.

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