No butts about it: Fewer U.S. airports allow smoking

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  1. sobore
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    http://travel.usatoday.com/experts/...it-Fewer-US-airports-allow-smoking/55403340/1

    Want to light up a cigarette before or after your next flight? Good luck with that.

    According to the American Nonsmokers' Rights Foundation, indoor smoking is completely banned at 27 of the 35 busiest U.S. airports.
    Soon it will be 28. Well, make that 27 and 3/4.

    Denver International Airport, currently the only public building in Colorado where indoor smoking lounges are still legal, is on its way to becoming smoke-free.

    At a May 18th airport press conference, Denver Mayor Michael B. Hancock announced that lease-holders for three of the four smoking lounges at Denver airport have agreed to shutter those lounges by the end of this year and remodel or replace them with non-smoking concessions.

    Read More: http://travel.usatoday.com/experts/...it-Fewer-US-airports-allow-smoking/55403340/1
     
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    Good...stinky nasty habit!
     
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    Smoking could be easily forbidden worldwide, no problem with this!:)
     

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