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  • The Importance Of Smoking In Public Places

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    Should someone be able to smoke in a public place? Some people believe it should be banned and others argue that its violates their freedom. The people for this ban argue that it effects the people around them in a negative way. The people against want to just smoke out in public. Although there is strong evidence that second hand smoke has severe health While out right banning smoking is wrong, there should be a certain limitation of where you can do it so you won’t affect others. The opposition

  • Television, Television And Public Places

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    comparison between the internet, library, television and public places as a result of the fact the internet can also be considered or viewed as a public place where information can be obtained freely at any point in time, and this makes it very important to know what the law says about this disseminating information to the general public with respect to the first amendment. Looking at this various medium i.e libraries, television and public places and what the law stipulates according to the United State

  • Essay On Smoking In Public Places

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    1) Context: Ban Smoking in Public Places The health hazards of smoking have never been unknown. There has been enough scientific evidence to prove that smokers, on an average, have shorter life spans than non-smokers. This is caused by various lung and cardiovascular problems that are caused by cigarette smoking. However, what may go unnoticed at times is the agonizing effect that the act of smoking has on non-smokers. For this reason, I am referring to second-hand smoking or also known as passive

  • Smoking Should Be Banned In Public Places

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    Smoking should be prohibited in public places because it causes pollution, is disrespectful to others, and is dangerous to others due to secondhand smoke. Smoking in a public place should be prohibited. Public smoking is a large epidemic in the United States that needs to be stopped. Smoking is not just dangerous to the person who smokes, but to those who are around them as well. The children, the adults, everyone can be affected by it. First, smoking causes different kinds of pollution, like ground

  • Changes and Upgrades to Roads and Public Places to Suit the Needs of the Older Population

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    Introduction “According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Americans aged 65 and older account for 13 percent of the total population. This group increased by two percent each year between 2001 and 2009. And estimates show that the number of older Americans will only increase, with the first wave of Baby Boomers turning 65 in 2011. Over the next 15 years, America’s population aged 65 and older is projected to grow by another 60 percent. Currently, 16 percent of the nation’s drivers are 65 or older, up

  • Smoking in Public Places

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    swimming pool?” “Why do drugstores make sick people walk all the way to the back of the store to get their prescriptions while healthy people can buy cigarettes at the front?” There have been debates and different opinions on whether smoking in public places is an issue or not. Of course, smokers would support and affirm their right to smoke where they please. As opposed to the other view, that smokers violate the non-smoker’s rights, and puts them at risk. The U.S. has funded an extensive amount of

  • Guns In Public Places

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    People should not be allow to carry their guns in public places because there are a lot of people dying because of shootings. Americans needs more regulations on the gun situation, we don’t want more people under 3 meters of dirt just because some crazy person was able to get a gun and start to shoot them, that’s why guns should be restricted and take them away from everyone. The first reason we need more regulations on guns is because there are a lot of irresponsible people that have guns at

  • The Effects Of Smoking On Public Places

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    There are many controversial topics on the minds of Americans today such as abortion, the use of handguns, and one of the most controversial topics, which is smoking in public places. The history of smoking can be dated to as early as 5000 BC and has been recorded in many different cultures across the world. According to the History Channel, “When Christopher Columbus arrived in 1492, he observed Native Americans smoking tobacco. They actually used it to insert their cigars into their nostrils to

  • Should Smoking Be Public Places?

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    The Debate about Smoking in Public Places Smoking cigarettes has been around for over two thousand years and is a debatable issue in the United States. The issue with public smoking is the controversy between banning it and not banning it. Many non-smokers view it as a harmful bad habit, while users view it as a choice that they are free to make. Opponents of banning smoking in public places feel that it is a choice and that it will take away their free will. “They argue that people should have

  • Should Smoking Be Public Places?

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    lungs.” -King James I, royalty. Picking up a cigarette, is equivalent to putting a limitation on life. Sadly, numerous people will perform this activity anywhere they are, even where there are signs that read “no smoking.” Prohibit smoking in public places due to the fact that it can affect others health, pregnancy, and even harm their own body. People should be more aware of the effects smoking has on everyone, not just their own body. Although, countless smokers will refuse to admit that