Savannah, GA unfortunately passed a bar smoking ban last week on a 4-2 vote, with the mayor also obviously supporting it as well. It's hard to believe a city like Savannah would want to do this to its bars, when already more than likely, at least a few had to be already voluntarily non-smoking. Least there's New Orleans, which thankfully hasn't fallen to this bar smoking ban madness yet. (and also Louisiana's Legislature has smartly rejected 2 bar and casino state ban proposals in the last 2 years)
It isn't lost on me either that libertarian groups protested Savannah passing an ordinance last fall requiring bartenders to be licensed and pay a fee to get a license, and after reading about that passing, it disgusted me a lot. I'll edit this post later and add links to one or more articles(based on what I can find) that that talks about Savannah's bartending ordinance, later.
http://savannahnow.com/latest-news/2010-08-26/savannah-bans-smoking-bars (very good comments section, up to more than 80 comments)
http://savannahnow.com/column/2010-08-26/hughes-smoke-free-city-healthy-city (the queen nanny of Healthy Savannah, Amy Hughes, disgustingly and pathetically justifies the 'good' smoking bans do)