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Washington D.c.

House Bill 2288, introduced last year by state Rep. Harold Wright, would prohibit smoking in enclosed public places and recreational areas; vehicles owned or operated by the state, cities or counties; places of employment; and certain facilities and outdoor public places. The bill also allows city and county governments to adopt smoking rules that are more restrictive than state law.

The law will be running against an army of Big Tobacco lobbyists who have a habit of getting their way in Oklahoma.

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