Bar owners fight back | Arkansas Blog

Friday, April 28, 2006

Bar owners fight back

Posted By on Fri, Apr 28, 2006 at 6:42 AM

The Northwest Arkansas Times chronicles a lawsuit filed by four Fayetteville bar operators over the city's smoking ordinance. The dispute turns on when food is "incidental" to bar service. If it becomes more than incidental, that makes a bar subject to the smoking ban. The lawyer for the bar owners doesn't rule out a challenge to the new state law on smoking in public places which prohibits smoking where anyone younger than 21 is allowed to enter as a customer or employee.

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