Virginians Divided Over Smoking Ban
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Virginians Divided Over Smoking Ban

In Blacksburg, Virginia tobacco farmer Jason Clary fears that another tax could force him to consider a new career in order to support his family. In Fredericksburg, Norma Lenox is celebrating a ban on the same secondhand smoke that caused her lung cancer. Megan Rossman/washingtonpost.com

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