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Should the legislature’s statewide anti-smoking bill allow local governments to ‘opt out?’
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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%

 
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