Federal officials support smoking ban for public housing

06/18/2010 | CNN

Federal housing officials want public housing to go smoke-free to reduce secondhand smoke, prevent fires and help smokers quit, but so far only 4% of local authorities have done so. A study says health and safety benefits from a smoking ban outweigh the losses, including privacy rights of smokers.

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