The question of where people can and can't smoke in Louisiana is scheduled to comes up before a state house committee and the state senate today. Senator David Heitmeier (D-Algiers) proposes to ban smoking anywhere on the grounds of state colleges and universities. The senate could call for a vote on his bill today. Rep. Frank Hoffman (R-West Monroe) proposes forbidding smoking within 25 feet of an entrance to a state-owned building. The House Health and Welfare committee approved the bill today. Some folks say being anywhere near smoke can be a bother. "We shouldn't have to be around the smoke when we don't smoke," one woman said. "I hate smoke. I hate it," said another. Others say if it's outdoors, a ban would be taking it too far. "I disagree with that," one man told WWL First News. "I don't think they should be intruding into what you do outside."