Will you be able to light up in bars, gambling parlors and the Tri-State Racetrack and Gaming Center in the future.
That question may be answered at Thursday's Kanawha County Commission meeting.
One of the commissioners is seeking a resolution supporting the county wide ban according to the Charleston Gazette.
David Hardy favors the ban saying all employees deserve a safe workplace free of second hand smoke.
But Commissioner Kent Carper wants to hear from the Kanawha-Charleston Board of Health before making a decision.
The Health Board is scheduled to receive a final report next month that would expand the smoking ban between July 2008 and July 2009.