Log In or Register
HomeLocal NewsState NewsSportsOpinionObituariesAgriculture
Quick Links
  Home
  My Bulletin
  Contact The Bulletin

Marketplace
  Display Ads
  Classifieds
  Dir. of Advertisers

Opinion

Legislature report: cattle, RR crews, marijuana & aging

Thinking about health: Restricted choices

More opinion

Ag News

Nebraska SRM conference set in North Platte

4S Goat Expo set: Educational seminar, show, sale

More Ag News


North Platte has an opinion Tell North Platte what you think
You are viewing a closed poll - Click here to return to current polls
Should the legislature’s statewide anti-smoking bill allow local governments to ‘opt out?’
from The Bulletin's Front Page
 

 
Final poll results
 
 
The statewide anti-smoking bill being considered by the legislature has an ‘opt-out’ clause for local governments and voters. Opponents say it takes the teeth out of a statewide ban. Proponents in rural Nebraska say city officials are in a better position to make decisions for residents. Should the legislature allow the 'opt out' clause?
  For the opt out clause 175 3%
  Against the opt out clause 4994 97%
  Undecided 6 0%
Total responses to this question5175100%

 
Thanks for participating
Show me Talk Back during this visit
 
 

Copyright © 2003 - 2014 northplattebulletin.com
All rights reserved.

Flatrock Publishing, Inc.
1300 E 4th St., Suite F
North Platte, NE 69101

 
Your Ip Address - 54.167.94.53
North Platte, Nebraska