In a recent article in The New York Times, the concept of prohibiting smoking in apartment buildings was addressed head-on.  Citing medical studies addressed in the New England Journal of Medicine and the 2006 Surgeon General’s report, the article questions why we aren’t prohibiting occupants of apartments from second and third hand smoke just as bartenders, waiters and other patrons are protected from smoke in restaurants.  The same arguments presented in this article could easily be applied to condominium communities.  If you are interested in addressing smoking bans in your communities feel free to contact one of our attorneys at 303.432.9999.

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