One of the key supporters of Indianapolis’ smoking ban says the current law works fine and he doesn’t see any real need to expand it.

Anti-smoking advocates celebrated the fifth anniversary of the ordinance that banned smoking in most workplaces, including bars and taverns; exemptions were made for cigar bars, most private clubs, and off-track betting facilities.

City-County Councilor Jeff Miller tells Indy Politics no one has reached out to him calling for a smoking ban expansion and he says the city currently is in the right place.

You can hear Miller in the Leon-Tailored Audio above.

It runs about three minutes.

Smoke-free advocates also used today to point to a study saying the five-year smoking ban has reduced the number of hospital visits due to a heart attack.