TABLE 6-1 Characteristics of Smoking Bans Assessed in Key Surveillance Studies

Location

Referencesa

Effective Date

Restaurants

Bars

Workplaces

Other

Helena, Montanab

Sargent et al., 2004

6/05/2002

Gaming establishments

Italy

Barone-Adesi, 2006; Cesaroni et al., 2008; Vasselli et al., 2008

1/10/2005

Retail shops, cafés, discotheques

Pueblo, Colorado

Bartecchi et al., 2006; CDC, 2009

7/01/2003

Monroe County, Indiana

Seo and Torabi, 2007

8/01/2003

(effective 1/1/2005)

 

Bowling Green, Ohio

Khuder et al., 2007

03/2002

(except isolated bar, isolated smoking area)

Bars at owner discretion

Bowling alleys at owner discretion

New York statec

Juster et al., 2007

7/24/2003

Saskatoon, Canada

Lemstra et al., 2008

7/01/2004

 

Scotlandd

Pell et al., 2008

03/2006

a Data from cited references unless otherwise stated.

b Information on smoking-ban locations also from helenair.com (http://www.helenair.com/articles/2002/09/25/stories/helena/1a2.txt), accessed July 2009.

c A number of local smoking bans and restrictions were in place in New York state before the implementation of the statewide ban.

d Exceptions included “residential accommodation and designated room in hotels, care homes, hospices, and psychiatric units” (Haw and Gruer, 2007).



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