A letter to the editor in The Muskegon Chronicle about taverns losing business due to the workplace smoking ban contains an editor’s note that cites a November 2011 Capitol Confidential story outlining drops in sales that liquor license holders reported to the Michigan Liquor Control Commission in the wake of the ban.


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