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Court upholds KC’s smoking ban

Kansas City's ban on smoking in public places doesn't violate state statute, the Missouri Court of Appeals Western District ruled today. The smoking ordinance, enacted last year, bans smoking in most public places, including bars, restaurants, theaters, bowling alleys and other establishments in Kansas City. An employee at JC's Sports Bar was fined under the ordinance for allowing patrons to smoke inside the establishment. The decision affirms a ruling earlier this year by Jackson County Associate Circuit Judge Richard Standridge, who upheld the municipal charge.

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