By Matt Baker and Mike CoppolaMay 06, 2019 05:17:23Tasmania has just legalized smoking in bars and restaurants.
That means that if you’ve been smoking in a public place, you can legally consume it there, but if you’re a regular in a bar or restaurant, you won’t be able to.
While there are currently no official rules for smoking in public, the state has a law that allows for smoking on a patio, patio chairs, and in enclosed areas, but smoking is not permitted in public restrooms or places where alcohol is served.
The state has also added regulations for smoking outside of bars and other businesses.
Those regulations will go into effect in June, which means people can start getting a taste of what the law will mean for them in the months ahead.
The new laws in Texas came into effect last week, and the law includes a new provision that states that no person may be in a place where smoking is prohibited, and that bars, restaurants, and other establishments may not allow smoking inside their premises.
The rules also allow for smoking while in the company of a pregnant woman or when traveling.
Smoking on private property is also illegal, though the law does not mention how long the law may be enforced.
The new rules go into full effect on May 20.
Tasmanian Attorney General Mark Brierley said that the changes are meant to ensure public health and safety.
“It’s going to be very clear what you are allowed to do and not allowed to, where and how,” he said.
“I think it’s good, because there are a lot of different types of smoking, there are people who are addicted, there’s people who don’t want to use, and there’s other types of people that just don’t have access to it, and it just makes sense that we have a policy that we enforce.”
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The American Civil Liberties Union of Texas is one of several groups that are challenging the new regulations.
In a letter sent to the state’s attorney general, the group asked the state to make clear that the new rules won�t prevent people from using tobacco products in public spaces.
Brierley’s office sent the letter to the attorney general on Tuesday, arguing that the law is constitutional because it is based on a federal law, the Texas Public Health Act, that states smoking is a public health hazard.
The state of Texas has been fighting the federal law since it was signed into law in 1993.
“If you think about the history of the Texas Legislature, there were times when Texas was a state that was very much opposed to the federal government coming into Texas, or at least, it was very concerned about it,” Brierton said.
“But it has been a very positive thing for us, and we�ve never stopped trying to be a good neighbor and do things in Texas that are good for the people of Texas.”
The Texas Public Information Office says that the Attorney General�s Office has not yet made any decisions about whether or not to appeal the state�s legal challenges.