Originally Posted by theimp98
dont know, but people can fight for there rights, or just roll over and take it.
Smoking isn't a right. Things like voting are rights...smoking is a priviledge, and one that has heart disease, lung cancer and asthma (especially in young children) on the rise. I'm sorry, but subjecting innocent bystanders to smoke laden with about 4,000 chemicals, many of which have been confirmed to be carcinogenic is not something I'd refer to as a "right". Do it at home.
Bars and restaurants here that have gone smoke free are reporting that business is on the rise, not the other way around.