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Originally posted by FredT
While off to a slow start, smoking bans may become the norm in Europe. Scotland, Norway, and Sweden have all enacted laws that restrict smoking, but the British law would be more comprehensive.
Originally posted by magickalworld
I live in Buffalo, NY which is in Erie County. We have had a public ban on smoking for a year now, and I am one of the people that LOVE IT....You see, I have bad asthma and whenever I used to go to a restaurant or bar or bowling alley, I became very ill. I would start wheezing and then usually end up getting bronchitis and pneumonia. Now I realize that this doesn't happen to everyone, and I could very well stay away from the bars and bowling alleys.....But I really do like to go out and eat once and awhile....That also makes me more suseptible to getting cancer from second hand smoke.....Now to all you smokers I ask, don't I have a right to go out to eat without risking my health and my job (sick days)? Do you really want us to expose our children to those risks?
Originally posted by Horus_Re
I wonder what would happen to the F1,they're have'n a hard time as it is already with the advertising ban on most circuts...