The National Cancer Institute has joined the growing list of health organizations that are making the smoking laws of a city or state a make-or-break criterion in site selection for their meetings, according to USA Today. All NCI meetings of 20 or more people must be held in areas that have laws restricting smoking in public areas. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Office on Smoking and Health has already instituted a similar policy, and the American Lung Association “probably ...

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