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Dallas Council Panel Wants $200 Fine For Smoking-ban Violators

The Dallas City Council is steering ever closer to a vote on a strict new anti-smoking ordinance that would ban lighting up in bars and pool halls across the city. For the third time in recent weeks, an ad hoc council committee met Monday to hash out the new rules. Already, the committee has voted for an ordinance that would make bars and pool halls smoke-free while permitting smoking on outdoor patios.

The committee has also voted to ban smoking within 15 feet of a building's entrance. On Monday, the committee decided, with some dispute, that a flat $200 fine should be levied against smokers and businesses that violate the proposed rules. The committee also agreed that people who smoke within 15 feet of a building's entrance can be fined but that business owners shouldn't be held responsible for what people do outside an establishment.

It's unclear exactly what the final anti-smoking ordinance will look like when it is presented to the full council on Dec. 3. However, according to the committee's votes so far, it would bring Dallas in step with other major cities such as Houston, New York and Austin. Cigar bars, however, are likely to be exempted as long as they are self-contained and operate with their doors closed, provisions requested by council member Angela Hunt. Tobacco shops also will be exempted.

If Monday's meeting is any indication, a majority of the council appears to support the ban in bars and pool halls, although there may be deeper divisions over ancillary issues such as the cost of fines and whether to extend the ban to patios. A council vote on the proposed ordinance is scheduled for Dec. 10, although some members are lobbying to have it pushed into next year. As with every other council discussion about smoking, Monday's meeting came with plenty of emotion.

Bar owners urged the council to think of the prospect of losing business and tax revenue to suburbs that still permit smoking. Some called the plan for a smoking ban un-American and unconstitutional. "This is as much about small-business rights as it is about public health," said Stan Mongaras, representing a group called Amusement and Music Operators of Texas. On the other side of the debate, people spoke passionately about the devastating effects of lung cancer and other smoking-related diseases.

Dr. Haskell Kirkpatrick, a local oncologist, said he regularly sees patients who have never smoked diagnosed with lung cancer. Frequently they have been exposed to secondhand smoke, often through a spouse or parent, he said. Unlike many other cancers, the cause of lung cancer is known, he said. "This is a preventable problem," Dr. Kirkpatrick said. Though the council's committee is composed of only six council members, 11 of the council's members showed up to ask questions and participate. A 12th member, Steve Salazar, stopped in to listen. Only Mayor Tom Leppert and Mayor Pro Tem Elba Garcia were not present.

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