CASPER, Wyo. — The majority of Casper city councilors are inclined to either repeal or change the city's smoking ban.
KTWO-AM (http://bit.ly/12LKA5n) reports that only two council members, including Casper's mayor, supported keeping the ban in its current form during a work session on Tuesday.
The council passed a ban on smoking in bars, restaurants, offices and other public spaces in June 2012 but four of the council members who voted for it are no longer in office. It went into effect in September after a failed referendum attempt
Business owners say they have lost customers because of the ban and have been pressing for it to be repealed.
Councilman Keith Goodenough has dissolved his limo service business so he can vote to repeal the ban.