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SF commission to hear apartment smoking proposal
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- The number of San Francisco apartments deemed to be "non-smoking" could be on the rise.
Today the city's land use commission will hear a proposal to require landlords to classify apartments as either smoking or non-smoking.
Supporters of the proposal say if landlords are mandated by law, the number of non-smoking apartments will rise. The proposal is being put forth by Supervisor Eric Mar. It does not address the issue of marijuana smoke.
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