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19 minutes ago, Yo1 said:

On Dec 18 there will be no smoking in any restaurant without completely walling the smoking area off from the rest of the restaurant.  Many places will just ban smoking all together because of the cost involved in adhering to the law.

Thankfully for a lot of us smokers most restaurants have an outdoor area. I enjoy a purro and my wife cigaros .

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When a restaurant has inconsistent food and service, one day good, the next terrible, they lose my business.

When a business owner deals with negative comments by accusing those who have complained as being some sort of conspiracy by the competition, that doesn't say much for the business owner's professiona

You are not making any sense at all...please give it a rest!!!

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27 minutes ago, happyjillin said:

Thankfully for a lot of us smokers most restaurants have an outdoor area. I enjoy a purro and my wife cigaros .

Looks like you can enjoy your smokes, but no drinks or food in smoking areas.  The separate entrance requirement could be an issue for some restaurants.  

https://theguadalajarareporter.net/index.php/news/news/regional/55719-secondhand-smoke-laws-to-take-effect-in-december

Secondhand smoke laws to take effect in December

Published: 24 September 2020

Written by GR Staff

The Jalisco State Congress has approved the new Law on Protection Against Exposure to Tobacco Smoke, which comes into force on December 18.

This means that restaurants and bars will no longer be allowed to operate smoking areas that are not 100-percent sealed off from the rest of the customers.

Smoking zones in such establishments must be outdoors and have independent entrances. Food or drinks cannot be served in these areas, in order to protect staff members, the law states.

The new law bans smoking in all closed physical areas with access to the public, and extends to public squares (plazas); beaches; parks; lagoons; recreation centers; sports arenas, courts and stadiums; water parks and schoolyards.

Workplace prohibitions include hallways, elevators, stairwells, parking lots, bathrooms, lavatories, lounges, dining rooms and cafeterias.

The ban also includes electronic vapor devices with or without nicotine.

Smoking will also be prohibited in all vehicles used to transport people for commercial, work, school or other purposes, as well as vehicles owned by any of the three levels of government (municipal, state and federal).

According to the new legislation, the owners, administrators or managers of spaces that fall foul of the laws will be fined jointly with the offenders.

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6 minutes ago, Bisbee Gal said:

Looks like you can enjoy your smokes, but no drinks or food in smoking areas.  The separate entrance requirement could be an issue for some restaurants.  

https://theguadalajarareporter.net/index.php/news/news/regional/55719-secondhand-smoke-laws-to-take-effect-in-december

Secondhand smoke laws to take effect in December

Published: 24 September 2020

Written by GR Staff

The Jalisco State Congress has approved the new Law on Protection Against Exposure to Tobacco Smoke, which comes into force on December 18.

This means that restaurants and bars will no longer be allowed to operate smoking areas that are not 100-percent sealed off from the rest of the customers.

Smoking zones in such establishments must be outdoors and have independent entrances. Food or drinks cannot be served in these areas, in order to protect staff members, the law states.

The new law bans smoking in all closed physical areas with access to the public, and extends to public squares (plazas); beaches; parks; lagoons; recreation centers; sports arenas, courts and stadiums; water parks and schoolyards.

Workplace prohibitions include hallways, elevators, stairwells, parking lots, bathrooms, lavatories, lounges, dining rooms and cafeterias.

The ban also includes electronic vapor devices with or without nicotine.

Smoking will also be prohibited in all vehicles used to transport people for commercial, work, school or other purposes, as well as vehicles owned by any of the three levels of government (municipal, state and federal).

According to the new legislation, the owners, administrators or managers of spaces that fall foul of the laws will be fined jointly with the offenders.

We hardly ever go to restaurants, in any event. Easy to make it zero.

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