Creve Coeur SUPPORT BAN? (Y/N/U) SMOKER? (S/NS/Q) PACKS (#/day) BRAND YRS SMOKED (#) TIMES TRIED TO QUIT ( = SUCCESS)
NAME/TITLE  
Harold Dielmann, Mayor YC NS        
(Council 1) David Kreuter BUTT HEAD
(1) Beth Kistner1 YR Q 2 Camel Lights 15 1
(2) A.J. Wang Y NS        
(2) Tara Nealey BUTT HEAD
(3) David Kassander BUTT HEAD
(3) Robert Haddenhorst Jr. Y Q <1 Marlboro 12 4
(4) Jeanne Rhoades YC Q 1 Marlboro Menthol 8 >3
(4) Laura T. Bryant YR NS        
1It was probably one of the greatest joys of my life, being freed from the burden of smoking. I wish that upon anybody who's currently smoking. I really feel like a ban is one of those things that as a region it'd be a real opportunity for us.
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Robert Haddenhorst Jr., Creve Coeur councilman, District 3 I was in Jefferson City recently, and I asked a very pointed question to our esteemed Speaker [of the House], Ron Richard, from Joplin. I said, "Ron, it's not if — it's when. Are we going to be No. 43 to go smoke-free?" He said, "Bob, if it's up to me I'll let us be No. 50. People can vote with their feet. And if they don't like it, they can leave." My last line to him was: "What have you been smoking?"
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