Laura Waterman Wittstock wrote:
> I don't see any objection at all to an adult smoking as much as he or
> she wants in a space that is not affecting other people.
What if all of the people in that space have agreed to
accept the risk of secondhand smoke?
> Smoking bans protect the 80% majority of non-smokers from the
> unhealthy effects of second-hand smoke. Smoking in public
> places is that which takes choice away, not the other way around.
A large percentage of the 80% majority of non-smokers never set foot
in many of the places that the smoking ban effects.
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