Monday, March 29, 2004

More Good News

NEW YORK (AP) -- Tax receipts from bars and restaurants jumped almost 9 percent in the 10 months since the city's public smoking ban went into effect, proof the city says that businesses haven't been harmed by the rules. ... The report found that the number of workers employed in bars and restaurants were the highest number in at least a decade, that active liquor licenses were up and that the number of bars and restaurants remained unchanged.

NYC Restaurants Not Hurt by Smoking Ban

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