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    Banning Smoking Tobacco in Athens Campus of Ohio University According to Ohio University president McDavis from a 2015 Ohio University “We will join more than 1,000 campuses nationwide who ban the use of tobacco on their campuses,”(Lee). And according to execution of what the president said and make the campus area healthy by encourage the smoker’s to quit smoking, Ohio University decides to ban the smoking on any campus property. Beside of that, the University campus will follow Smoke and Tobacco-Free

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    the use of cigarette smoking. Banning the controlled substance, nicotine, will put people in jail or up to a 6,250 fine if they continue to use the drug. Even though banning cigarette smoking will be hard to do, many civilians argue a good reason to ban the drug is because of all the lives that tobacco takes. Many places and manufacture companies have already banned and discourage tobacco use on their property due to the dangerous effects tobacco causes. The effects are smoking are very hazardous and

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    also increasing the chance for the little boy to have cancer. How would you react if that boy was your son? This brings up the debate on banning smoking in public. There are many pros and cons of banning smoking in public. Here are a few of the pros. Smoking in public reduce the risk of second hand smoking which is worse than actually smoking. They will work more peacefully and more productive because that “nasty” smoke smell isn't all over the place.

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    Ohio Banning Smoking

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    In November of 2006 Ohio put a ban on smoking cigarettes in all public places. The ban was put in place to protect people from the effects of second hand smoke. Some of these effects include, heart disease, cancer and other dangerous diseases. Ohio was the first tobacco growing state that implemented this kind of ban. According to the Ohio Department of Health's website, about 280,000 public places and places of employment were affected by this ban and no longer would they be exposed to second hand

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    today’s environment many suffer illnesses from pollution, and second hand smoke, and they seek for cleaner air. About five years ago, the health department was successful in banning smoking in public places and smokers needed to go outside unless companies set-up a designated area for smoking. Now, in Pierce County, smoking is banned in all public places such as restaurants, bars, casinos, hotels and taverns. This has caused an up roar with the business owners losing customers and money because of

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    With the rise of smoking related sickness in Australia, smoking in and around the workplace should be banned. There are many known health risk associate with smoking and passive smoking. So much so that local governments in Western Australia have banned smoking in certain public areas. Why should work places be any different? With the Governments new law with plain packaging cigarets, its no secret what the effects that smoking can on your health. There are many cancers linking directly and indirectly

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    births and severe childhood asthma problems has dropped by after smoking was banned in public places. Researchers from the University of Maastricht and the University of Edinburgh studied 250,000 hospital visits and more than 2.5 million births for asthma attacks in children. It was discovered that “preterm births and hospital attendance for asthma has fallen by 10% “ especially in areas where smoking is banned. Though banning smoking at in public places would possibly have a negative effect, because

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    Banning Smoking on Ohio University’s Campus Ohio University president, Roderick McDavis stated that “We will join more than 1,000 campuses nationwide who ban the use of tobacco on their campuses,”(Lee). Banning smoking will help make the campus area healthy by encouraging the smokers to quit smoking, Ohio University decided to ban smoking on any campus property. The University campus will begin the Smoke and Tobacco-Free Initiative policy in August 2015. The policy will impose by using "a community

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    The Debate Over Banning Smoking in Public Places In my opinion I think smoking should banned from public places. My reasons for this are; People who smoke should be considerate of that fact that not only are they damaging their own existing health but also they are harming the others around them who are only breathing in the tobacco smoke. During the past ten years of tests, experiments etc. on the effect of smoking both directly and passive, there is now enough

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    As Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids (n.d.) says “People who die each year from their own cigarette smoking or exposure to second hand smoke are more than 480,000 in the U.S only”(p.1). Many people debate on should or should not smoking in public places be banned. Everyone knows that smoking harms our health and destroys every organ in our body. It also affects our environment negatively. Many people do not know that tobacco was found in America before thousands of years ago. At first people started

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