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Complete Workplace Smoking Ban Proposed

Smokers in Indianapolis soon could be banned from lighting up in bars, bowling alleys and nightclubs. In coming weeks, the City-County Council will debate a proposal to strengthen an existing workplace smoking ban that prohibits lighting up in Indianapolis restaurants and public spaces such as hotel lobbies and elevators.

The new ordinance, to be introduced to the council Monday, would eliminate exemptions and give Indianapolis a comprehensive ban similar to those in 11 other Indiana communities and 26 states, including Illinois and Ohio. "We're way behind on this," said Missy Lewis, chairwoman of Smoke Free Indy, a coalition of health advocates that lobbied for the existing ban. "This is about people being able to be healthy in their workplace."

Even with momentum for smoking bans in the state and nationwide, the debate is expected to be heated. Bar and tavern owners argue that the restriction threatens their businesses. And some bar patrons who are smokers share the sentiment of Candace Brown, who was smoking a Black & Mild cigar as she sipped chardonnay at the Front Page Sports Bar & Grill on Thursday.

"Drinking and smoking kind of go together -- it's like salad and dressing," said Brown, 28, Indianapolis. "I don't go to bars where I can't smoke (because) it's an inconvenience." Proponents of the tougher ban, however, say they perceive a sea change since 2005, when the council passed the watered-down ordinance now on the books.

Lewis said a recent survey of Indianapolis voters conducted by her group showed that about 70 percent support strengthening the city ordinance. Angela Mansfield, the council Democrat who is sponsoring the changes along with Republican Ben Hunter, said she's heard people expressing that sentiment.

"Overwhelmingly, my constituents want this," Mansfield said. "It's about making our community a better place to live." Since Indianapolis passed its current ordinance, similar partial bans have been adopted in several suburban communities such as Avon, Carmel and Greenwood. But other proposals have met with resistance.

A bill that would have banned smoking in most Indiana workplaces was diluted before it failed in the Statehouse this year. Earlier this month, suburban Westfield passed a workplace ban that exempted bars because of protests from local business owners.

Keith Reilly, owner of O'Reilly's Irish Bar & Restaurant in Downtown Indianapolis, has his own concerns about the proposal. He said a stricter ban in Indianapolis could keep customers from surrounding areas with less restrictive ordinances from frequenting bars in the city. "Especially in today's economy, when small businesses are struggling left and right, to have the city add another regulation on top of everyone is unfair," Reilly said. "If it's going to happen, it should be statewide."

Proponents of the stricter ordinance say tougher laws in other states have not hurt bars. At local places such as Greg's, a nightclub that banned smoking Aug. 1, there's been no drastic effect on business, said owner Phil Denton, and feedback has been more positive than negative. But he said the real test will come in winter, when a patio used by smokers will be closed.

Some proponents say if the ban is not passed, there will be bigger economic implications. "As the rest of the country becomes accustomed to clean air, and people come here to visit for conventions, it seems like we stink," said Bruce Hetrick, a volunteer for Smoke Free Indy who gave a presentation to the council in December encouraging a tougher ban. "It's going to start cutting into our ability to attract jobs and visitors."

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