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PREWRITING WITH SUMMARY 4 Farsalinos, K., Romagna, G., Tsiapras, D., Kyrzopoulos, S., & Voudris, V. (2014). Characteristics, Perceived Side Effects and Benefits of Electronic Cigarette Use: A Worldwide Survey of More than 19,000 Consumers. IJERPH , 11 (4), 4356– Cancer, stroke, heart disease, anything cigarettes may cause is the larger topic. But then again, we have our rights. A unique angle I would provide would be taking out the more harmful ingredients that are in cigarettes. Another angle I was looking at was e-cigarettes and vaporizers. They might contain nicotine, but they might not contain the more harmful chemicals. Americans! Any legal smoking age American would be my audience. They could be effecting anyone at any age according to where they are smoking, and around whom. Americans need and want their rights! I don’t blame them. I do too. They pay taxes and this is the land of the free. If we continue to take their right to choose away, people would rebel. We need to find
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