Bars and restaurants in Omaha will not be putting out the ashtrays. The city of Omaha decided they probably will not ask for a review of the Nebraska Supreme Court’s ruling that the local smoking ban could not contain exceptions. Omaha City Attorney Paul Kratz says the smoking ban is legal, just the exceptions were improper. Kratz says they will not ask the Nebraska Supreme Court to take another look at the decision as generally those are unsuccessful. Those establishments that did allow smoking will have anywhere from three weeks to two months to make the necessary changes to go all non-smoking. Those places included all restaurants, bars that do not serve food, keno outlets and Horseman’s Park.