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Snuffing Out Puffing Neighbors

The vast majority of the state's adults don't smoke, but what if the people in the apartment or condo next to yours do? Should you hold your breath for a home-front smoking ban?

By Lisa Prevost
March 16, 2008

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John Corley grew up in a family where smoking was as natural as eating. He picked up his first cigarette when he was 19 and, despite several attempts to quit, puffed away until the age of 33. That was about four years ago, when his wife, Valarie, became pregnant with their first child, and Corley decided his baby would not ... (Full article: 1390 words)

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