Apparently there's a big problem in Princeton with compliance of a new law. Tobacco Free Gibson County's Gwen Sickman appeared before county commissioners Tuesday to report that some 26 businesses on the square are not complying with the new state law stating there must be a sign at the entrance saying smoking is prohibited, and the courthouse isn't fully in compliance either. Commission President Gerald Bledsoe says Sickman's appearance at the meeting served as a warning. The signs are available for free from the web site IN DOT GOV SLASH A-T-C.
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