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Assembly will enact non-smoking ordinance

WRANGELL, ALASKA The Committee for Clean Indoor Air did their homework and legwork when they got 196 signatures on their petition. This was enough to move their ballot proposition onto the October 7 election. The proposition would ask voters: Should Wrangell pass an ordinance prohibiting smoking in indoor public places and places of employment? At Tuesday night's regular assembly meeting, the borough assembly decided to take another route.
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