Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Who Really Profits From Smoking Bans?

Interesting information from Ohio, which is considering a statewide smoking ban.

So you mean that Gov. Ed Rendell and the Legislature didn't have our best interests in mind when they imposed a smoking ban in Pennsylvania?

Who Really Profits From Smoking Bans?

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Ohio has had an extreme smoking ban since December 8, 2006. It is unenforceable. Nonetheless, more than 300 businesses have closed. More than 5,400 people have lost their jobs. Governor Strickland has taken monies away from the Ohio Tobacco Prevention Fdtn. and calls them a rogue organization. We currently have a bill in the senate, SB 346, to overturn the ban in family owned businesses and private clubs. Bottom line, the ban is not working at all!