“No Smoking” Rules Advocated In California Prisons

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A California legislative committee has approved a bill to ban smoking in California prisons. The Los Angeles Times says more than half of the state’s 161,000 inmates smoke. A corrections department official said, “It’s a good idea to get people off cigarettes because it adds to their health problems and it’s an expensive habit.” Assemblyman
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