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It is not a done deal, but a statewide smoking cigarettes ban in public places has a good chance of becoming law. And if it happens, few people outside the Texas Legislature would be happier than Amit Bushan of Lubbock. In late 2000, the then-sixth grader at All Saints Episcopal School, sparked a campaign that ended with Lubbock becoming bone of the first cities in the state to ban smoking cigarettes in public places.
"I am excited," Bushan, now 21 and a student at the University of Pennsylvania Wharton School in Philadelphia, said in a phone interview on Saturday. "I think it's a measure that should move forward." But the proposal, which Rep. Myra Crownover, R-Denton, has pushed for several sessions, still has a hurdle to overcome. Since the Senate did not agree to scores of amendments the House attached to the Senate bill by Sen.
Robert Duncan - including Crownover's - it is up to a conference committee to agree and then recommend to both chambers which amendments to accept and which to reject. Duncan said Saturday he could not comment on the smoking cigarettes ban amendments because he had not seen all the amendments to his Senate Bill 1811, which was deemed critical in the two chambers tentatively agreeing on the state budget bill for the next two fiscal years.
However, the 73-66 vote for the amendment suggests that the smoking cigarettes ban is not a done deal with the 10 negotiators - five from the House and five from the Senate - in the conference committee, some House members said. What comforted Rep. Bryan Hughes, R-Mineola, who opposed Crownover's amendment on the House floor, is that in past sessions her proposal has also passed in the House but failed in the Senate.
"I don't smoke, and I would love to live in a smoke-free world," Hughes said. "But it is not the state's business telling a restaurant or any public business that no smoking cigarettes is allowed. If a restaurant allows smoking cigarettes, I don't have to go there, but that should be my choice, not the state's."
Among the members of the Panhandle/South Plains delegation, senior members John Smithee of Amarillo and Warren Chisum of Pampa voted for the proposed, but all four freshmen - John Frullo and Charles Perry of Lubbock, Jim Landtroop of Plainview and Four Price of Amarillo - voted against it.
"City ordinances can do that, and that is what Lubbock did," Perry said. "Personally, I am a big supporter of non-smoking cigarettes, but it is not the state's business to tell us where we can or cannot smoke. The free market has taken care of it." Frullo and Price, neither of whom smokes, said they feel the same way.
As for Bashun, whose father Naga Bushan is a Lubbock doctor and member of the Council on Legislation at the Texas Medical Association, said he is optimistic the Legislature will finally OK the statewide smoking cigarettes ban this year. "It'll be good for all of Texas," said the junior Bushan, who suffers from asthma. "Second-hand smoking cigarettes is a health hazard."
In her amendment to SB 1811, Crownover estimated that in the next two fiscal years the state would save $31 million in Medicaid costs resulting from exposure to second-hand smoke cigarettes in bars and restaurants.
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