“It’s virtually impossible” to enforce, said Todd Miller, owner of Life of Riley Tavern in the Pearl District. “We remind people … but most people want to put their cigarette out right next to the door” after smoking their cigarette outside on the sidewalk, he said...
Miller said he quit smoking more than 12 years ago and personally likes the Jan. 1 expansion of the 2002 smokefree workplace law, which extended to bars, bowling alleys and bingo halls. The 10-foot rule was also added to minimize people’s exposure to secondhand smoke as they walk in and out of public buildings.
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