Michigan's 'smoke-free air law' hasn't extinguished business

MICHIGAN -- Michigan's smoke-free air law has had little impact on businesses.

According to a new study from the University of Michigan, the study used state sales tax data to compare sales before and after the law went into effect in 2010.

The study revealed that while some businesses saw sales fluctuate, most bars and restaurants did not take a serious hit in the sales.

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