In about 29 days, Fayetteville smokers will soon be told to butt out of public places. Could that same message head south to Little Rock? It`s an idea Mayor Jim Dailey has already expressed an interest in. Just a few weeks ago, he met with the city of Fayetteville and the American Cancer Society about Fayetteville`s new ban. So far, elected officials aren`t having any formal discussion, but places like the airport have already banned smoking, and a ban at UAMS goes into effect this summer. "We`re hoping this will reduce the number of our employees who smoke, students who smoke and also visitors and patients, because it`s the healthy thing to do," said Dr. Patricia Monoson, director of the Get Health Steering Committee at UAMS. So far, Fayetteville and Highfill are the only Arkansas cities to ban smoking in public places. Jonesboro and Pine Bluff are also considering it.