21/11/1989 Law banning smoking on U.S. domestic flights
US Air Flight Smoking Ban
President Bush signed a bill that banned smoking on all domestic commercial airline flights. The only exceptions were some 6-hour flights to Hawaii and Alaska. The law was resisted by the tobacco industry, however, it was signed at the time of reports on harmful impacts of smoking on public health.
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