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02/05/13 - CDC Foundation Video! North Carolina restaurant and bar owners are finding that North Carolina’s smoke-free law has brought them – along with their employees and customers – many benefits. This CDC Foundation video shows three North Carolina restaurant/bar owners sharing their feedback on the benefits of the law. As they say, business has never been healthier. You can find the video on YouTube at the Smokefree Business channel.
08/06/13 – A related study published in the August, 2013 issue of Preventing Chronic Disease, showed no negative impact on restaurant and bar employment or sales caused by North Carolina’s smoke-free restaurants and bars law. Read the CDC Foundation’s news release and the study.