The Buckeye Liquor Permit Holders Association is disputing an Ohio Department of Health report that claimed people are still going out to bars despite the state's smoking ban. The report also stated that heart attacks are down because of the ban. In a news release issued Thursday, the group says the state agency put out misinformation. Only 0.7 percent of non-smokers said they are going out to bars more often since the ban went into effect, while 39.5 percent said they are going out less often. "This data supports the claims bar owners have been making since day one," the release says. "Many lost smoking customers, never saw the influx of new non-smoking customers as promised, while 39.8% of the non smokers who do frequent bars go less often." The association makes no mention of the impact that the economy has had on bar visits, though. To read the entire news release, click here.