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Petition by Belinda Cunnison  
 
Closed Petitions - Petition PE1042  
Petition by Belinda Cunnison, on behalf of Freedom to Choose, calling for the Scottish Parliament to review the smoking prohibition and control provisions of the Smoking, Health and Social Care (Scotland) Act 2005, and to adopt a comprehensive approach to indoor air pollution by introducing a Regulated Indoor Air Quality Standard.  
Petitioner: Belinda Cunnison  
On behalf of: Freedom to Choose 
Number of signatures: 2500  
Date lodged: 20 February 2007  
SPICe Briefing: Briefing for PE1042 
Summary:

26 June 2007 :   The Public Petitions Committee agreed to link consideration of petitions PE1037 and PE1042 and refer them to the Health and Sport Committee for consideration as part of any post-legislative scrutiny of the Smoking, Health and Social Care (Scotland) Act 2005. Link to Official Report - 26 June 2007 

12 September 2007 :   The Health and Sport Committee agreed to link petitions PE1037 and PE1042 and consider the issues they raise when undertaking any post-legislative scrutiny on the Act. The Committee agreed to write to the petitioners advising them of this; and, to make them aware if the Committee choose to undertake such scrutiny. The Committee agreed to write to the Public Petitions Committee confirming this decision. Link to Official Report 12 September 2007 

1 October 2008 :   The Health and Sport Committee agreed the following action: PE1037 by David Nelson, on the provision of designated smoking areas in pubs and clubs, and PE1042 by Belinda Cunnison, on smoking in public places and indoor air pollution, to close the petitions on the grounds that the issues raised will be taken into account during any post-legislative scrutiny of the Smoking, Health and Social Care (Scotland) Act 2005. Link to Official Report 1 October 2008 

 
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