Native Americans Bristle at Smoking Bans

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Public smoking bans have been sweeping many states and cities in recent years. But some Native American groups oppose the anti-smoking efforts because of ceremonial tobacco use.

Brian Bull of Wisconsin Public Radio reports.

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