Across the country restaurants and other public buildings are going smoke-free in an effort to create healthier environments for patrons and staff. Now a local coalition wants to see Augusta follow the trend. Jennifer Anderson from BreathEasy Augusta and Jack Padgett from the Richmond County Board of Health join "The Means Report" to share why even the smallest amount of cigarette smoke is too much. They also address the concerns some businesses have when it comes to possibly losing their customers.
To learn more about the efforts of the BreathEasy Coalition, visit their website.