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Secondhand smoke exposure remains a risk in Massachusetts restaurants despite widespread adoption of smoking regulations

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A survey of restaurant smoking regulations in the 351 towns and cities in Massachusetts found that 82% of adults and 82% of youths are not guaranteed protection from secondhand smoke in restaurants in their town of residence. The same proportion of restaurant workers and 87% of bar …

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