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Commentary: Legislation can cut secondhand smoke effects

SITKA, ALASKA As Sitka's Assembly considers a ban on smoking in bars and private clubs, University of California San Francisco Professor Stanton Glantz that secondhand smoke poses serious risks at even limited levels, and that legislative efforts elsewhere have been effective at curbing those effects.
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