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Business Beat: June 30, 2010 June 30, 2010

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The Jefferson City City Council unanimously voted to place a smoking-ban ordinance on the November ballot.

On this week’s Business Beat from KBIA: The Jefferson City City Council unanimously voted this month to put a smoking-ban ordinance on the November ballot. If passed, the ordinance will make restaurants, bars and other enclosed public places in the capital city smoke-free. Plus, University of Missouri System officials say they hope to expand the network of statewide research parks under new leadership. Hosted by KBIA’s Courtney Flatt.

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The Jefferson City City Council unanimously voted this month to put a smoking-ban ordinance on the November ballot. If passed, the ordinance will make restaurants, bars and other enclosed public places in the capital city smoke-free. And, as the time for voting draws near, the proposed ban is sparking debate for people on both sides of the issue.

University of Missouri System officials say they hope to expand the network of statewide research parks under new leadership. An expansion of the UM parks system could help bring more jobs to the state.

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