Lighting up in a Las Vegas city park could soon be illegal.
Today, just one out of five Nevada adults smoke, while smoking among youths is down to 17%.
Nevada’s anti-smoking law has been upheld by the state Supreme Court.
It’s a big bummer for “Burners” who don’t have their tickets!
Nevada bars can now serve food and allow smoking for customers.
The Assembly yesterday approved a bill that would allow taverns to serve meals to smokers.
CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — A legislative committee hears testimony on a late session bill to ease Nevada’s indoor smoking ban. AB571 would allow taverns and bars that serve people 21 years old and older […]
CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — Anti-smoking advocacy groups are crying foul over a bill introduced in the Assembly that would ease a voter approved ban on indoor smoking. AB571 was introduced Friday by the Assembly […]
The Nevada Supreme Court will decide later this year whether to overturn a portion of the state’s Clean Indoor Air Act.
Sports fans who don’t want to be bothered with second-hand smoke have a new place to go. The Las Vegas Hilton is opening its new “fan cave” in time for March Madness. Located in a […]