Smoking Ban Takes Effect in Province of Buenos Aires

No Smoking The smoking ban approved in October 2008 by the provincial legislature of Buenos Aires went into effect last week, prohibiting smoking in most indoor public spaces smaller than 150 square meters (1,615 square feet) throughout the province of Buenos Aires. 

Apparently the smoking ban is considered a success in the City of Buenos Aires, which has been largely smoke-free since 2006, but I wonder whether smaller towns and cities outside the capital will pay heed to the new rules.  I'm particularly interested to see how strictly enforced this law is in Necochea. 

Get more details about the smoking ban here at the Argentine Post.

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