The push to ban smoking in all public places in Indiana picked up more support. Faith leaders from across the state marched to the state capitol Tuesday afternoon.
They are urging lawmakers to pass a comprehensive smoke free law that protects all Hoosiers.
The Hoosier Faith and Health Coalition organized the rally. The organization is an interfaith coalition hoping to reduce the effects of tobacco.
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