Smoking Bans Grow in Nation's Busiest Airports

By: WSAW Staff
By: WSAW Staff

Want to light up a cigarette before or after your next flight? You may be out of luck.

A brand new survey shows indoor smoking is banned at 27 of the 35 busiest airports in the nation. Soon that will be 28...or actually, 27 and three-quarters.

As Colorado goes smoke free, the Denver airport is set to become the only public building in that state where indoor smoking lounges are still legal.

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