Ohio Smoking Ban (2008)

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The Smoking Ban Revision is an initiative in Ohio that, if it had appeared on the ballot and been approved by voters, would have amended Ohio Revised Code Section 3794 to allow smoking in "stand alone" bars.

A "stand alone" bar is defined as:

“Stand-Alone Bar” means any liquor license-holding premises, including, but not limited to, any fraternal or membership-oriented private club or organization, devoted primarily or entirely to the serving of alcoholic beverages for consumption at that premises, and in which the service of food is merely incidental to the consumption of any such alcoholic beverage. The serving of food is incidental, and a premises devoted primarily or entirely to the serving of alcoholic beverages, where the premises derives no more than 10 percent of its gross revenue from the sale of food purchased for on-premises consumption."

Proponents

  • William J. Delaney
  • William Seagraves
  • Gary P. Nolan
  • Hermann H Tegenkamp
  • Maurice A. Thompson

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