PRINCETON - Another New Jersey community is considering a ban on smoking in public areas.
Princeton's Board of Health is scheduled to vote March 19 on a proposal that would ban smoking on municipal property, in town-owned parks, and outside pools. First-time violators would face a $250 fine.
Proponents say the measure would help save lives and improve the quality of life for all. But critics say they worry about infringing on people's personal rights.