Indiana Senate expected to vote on compromise smoking ban today
Lawmakers have reached a compromise on a statewide smoking ban.
The measure was passed by the House late last night and is expected to be voted on by the Senate today.
The proposed ban includes exemptions for bars, casino gaming floors, cigar and hookah bars, tobacco stores and private clubs.
But it eliminated exemptions for bingo halls and health-care facilities which had been added by the Senate.
Senate supporters of the bill are uncertain whether they have the votes to win passage for the compromise version.