Indiana’s governor Monday morning signed the state’s first-ever anti-smoking bill into law at a public ceremony at the statehouse in Indianapolis.Smoking won’t be welcome at Indiana restaurants, but smokers need not to worry — there will still be plenty of places to light up in the Hoosier state, an
The protesters were angry and vocal in the fall of 1909. Their target was one heartless Chicago capitalist named Clarence Knight. He was trying to end smoking on the 'L' trains.Knight was president of the Chicago & Oak Park Elevated Railroad (today's Lake Street Green Line).
An anti-tobacco advocacy group is working to increase the number of smoke-free apartment buildings and condos in Chicago.The Chicago Tobacco Prevention Project is awarding thousands of dollars in grants to several housing groups to achieve that goal. The groups include the Institute of Cultural