No smoking in the malls

It's your call

April 10, 1992

Smoking should be banned in enclosed shopping malls, say a majority of 600 callers to SUNDIAL, who favor the idea by a vote of 320 to 280 (53 percent vs. 46 percent).

However, only 259 of 598 callers, or 43 percent, agree that government has the right to ban smoking in private malls. Most of the respondents, 339, or 56 percent, say smoking restrictions should be up to the mall owners.

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