Should Smoking In Public Be Illegal

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Chris Brock Politics and Society February 22, 2003 Should Smoking In Public Be Illegal? Have you ever been strolling down a sidewalk and happen to pass into a smoker’s foul haze of smoke? Most all of us have on at least one occasion. The overwhelming odor of the nicotine, carbon monoxide, and other additives can be enough to send you into a chronic coughing frenzy. According to a recent study by the American Heart Association, an estimated 48 million Americans are smokers; that’s nearly twenty percent of the population! Do you really desire all of those unnecessary pollutants in the air that you breathe? The only way to be sure that one may never unexpectedly wander into another cloud of cigarette smoke is to make illegal all public smoking. The smoke released by cigarettes is not only harmful to humans, but it is also damaging to the environment. Some smokers like to argue that they deserve the right to be able to smoke wherever they want, be it at work, on the street, or even inside a
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This note was uploaded on 04/24/2008 for the course ENGL 1101 taught by Professor Elenbaas during the Fall '07 term at GCSU.

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