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Landlords of buildings with three or more units would have to inform prospective tenants and purchasers whether smoking was allowed in apartments and on balconies, as well as in common outdoor areas like rooftops.
Bloomberg is one of America's most prominent anti-smoking campaigners, extending a smoking ban from offices, bars and restaurants to parks and beaches.
Originally posted by Common Good
reply to post by AzureSky
soon- even your balconey wont even be safe.
Bunch of nazis these people are.
FREEDOM- they have forgotten the meaning of that word long ago.
I say " **** em "
Originally posted by AzureSky
I can understand people not wanting it being blown in their faces,
I try my best not to do that when im smoking on the sidewalk outside of work. (I blow up, i even hide my cigarette when children walk by, and will hold the smoke until someone passes)