NY's Clean Indoor Air Act: 10 Years of Smoke-free Air (7/23/13)

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Smoky restaurants and offices and even smoke-filled bars, buses and trains are mostly a historical image in New York as the state marks the 10th anniversary of its landmark indoor smoking ban, which advocates say saved thousands of lives while most of its opponents' worst fears blew away.

Few measures in Albany changed life in New York more.

The law relegated most smokers outdoors while relieving nonsmokers from facing secondhand smoke every day at work.

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