Michigan Bar Owners Ban Lawmakers for Banning Smoking!YouTube
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They're banning pet pigs in St, Charles, Missouri (even small, hypoallergenic ones like Pepper!) and Nice Cream in Illinois (even though it's packed with natural ingredients and the owner says its bacterial levels are well below state-approved levels!), but neither of those could claim the top slot because--well, this time Nanny of the Month is doing something different...
For the first time ever Nanny of the Month is cheering a ban.
That's right, starting September 1, more than 500 Michigan restaurant and bar owners are banning state lawmakers from their establishments. State Senator So-and-so wants a brew? Too bad. Politicians won't be served until they revisit the state's 2010 smoking ban, which, owners say, has devastated business, and left bars like Sporty O'Tooles on the verge of collapse.
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Nanny of the Month is written and produced by Ted Balaker. Opening animation by Meredith Bragg.