Greenbelt community considers smoking ban
A community in Greenbelt, Maryland is considering an anti-smoking rule.
According to the Washington Post, Greenbelt Homes, Incorporated is a cooperative that owns about 1,600 row houses.
Under a new proposal, resident would be allowed to ban smoking, if all of those living in a row of four to five homes agree, the Post reports.
The ban would then be written into their mutual ownership contract.
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