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It's Time to Ban Smoking

- Do you smell that. That foul scent mixed into the air. It’s killing you slowly inside, each time you take a breath of this putrid, polluted, dirty scent. You smell it too, the trillions of chemicals racing into your lungs. Now look around yourself, and you’ll see someone smoking on the bench beside you. Smoking is the number one avoidable causes of death. Therefore, smoking should be banned from all public areas. The ban from smoking in public will help to reduce the smokers intake of cigarettes/chemicals, cigarettes themselves are a danger to the earth, some may argue that this ban may damage the economy, and that smoking does not only effect the smoker himself/herself, it...   [tags: Pro Smoking Ban]

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Michael B. Siegel 's A Smoking Ban Too Far

- Michael B. Siegel’s “A Smoking Ban Too Far” argues that banning smoking outdoors has no contribution to public health. States that the smoking outdoors’ ban is much weaker case than indoors, consequently it could cause a backlash that could threaten the goals of the antismoking movement. Instead antismoking organizations should focus on extending the policies that prevent smoking indoors in the 21 states that still allow it. Siegel’s article is somewhat effective, because the claim is backed up with facts that show the experience of the author on the subject, however it lacks stylistic elements that would bribe the audience to accept Siegel’s claim....   [tags: Smoking ban, Smoking, Passive smoking]

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Smoking In Public Places - Smoking Ban for Germany

- TIGHTER RESTRICTIONS. Still, Germany as a whole has remained surprisingly tolerant of cigarettes, even as other European countries including Ireland, Spain, and Italy moved in recent years to ban smoking in public places. Indeed, despite its nature-loving, outdoorsy image, Germany today has the highest smoking rate among major European countries: nearly 34% of the adult population lights up, according to figures from the World Health Organization. By contrast, only 24% of adults smoke in Italy. Back in 1998, German lawmakers, fearful of voter backlash, defeated proposed legislation that would have effectively banned smoking from the workplace and most public places....   [tags: Smoking Ban Germany Argumentative]

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Smoking Ban in England

- Robin McKie believes that smoking is not only harmful to the individual person, but to the society as a whole. His main arguments are quotes and data from medical reports that suggest smoking can cause heart attacks, several forms of cancer, breathing difficulties and a generally more feeble health. Though the situation for the smokers and those in their proximity seems quite dire, there are precautions capable of remedying the problems caused by smoking. For example; Mandatory indoor smoking restrictions seem to be quite effective in this regard....   [tags: Smoking, argumentative, persuasive, informative, e]

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America Needs a Complete Smoking Ban

- Approximately 7,500 infants die due to sudden infant death syndrome due to exposure of secondhand smoke in America (“American Lung Association”). Children all over the United States are unwillingly exposed to parental secondhand smoke in public, in cars, and at home. When children are exposed to secondhand smoke, many develop life threatening diseases later in life as a result of that exposure. In the United States, smoking should be banned while in the presence of children. Children’s lungs are vulnerable to the effects of secondhand smoke, and this can cause serious problems down the road....   [tags: Should smoking be banned in public places?]

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Effects of Smoking Ban on Campuses

- The rate of smoking in higher learning institutions has increased at a high rate, and has caused many health problems to the students involved. In order to ensure free smoking campuses, various measures have been adopted to prevent the rate of smoking in campuses in order to reduce the recognized health hazards associated with smoking. Total ban of smoking including all public policies, health and safety regulations are put in place to prohibit tobacco smoking in campuses. Smoking ban is enforced in various settings and included in many jurisdictions to ensure that students are protected from health effects of smoking (Harrar, 2009)....   [tags: unhealthy trend, cancer, tobacco]

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An Argument for the Smoking Ban

- Have you ever been in a restaurant eating your favorite food, then just when you are about to take a bite, you inhale a cloud of smoke coming from the nearby smoking section. This has been a complaint from many non-smoking restaurant goers. While it is true that smoking cigarettes and breathing them in causes many health problems, is it fair to of take the freedom those Americans who want to smoke and enjoy their meal. This topic is very debatable and in many cases has reached compromises, but I would stand by the argument that smoking should be banned from all public areas because the unfiltered smoke is getting into the lungs of bystanders who do not smoke, and causing some major...   [tags: argumentative, persuasive, argument]

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Effects of Smoking Ban Laws

- Introduction Smoking bans are policies, which include occupational safety, regulations regarding health, and criminal laws, which prohibit tobacco smoking in public areas and in work places. The rationale behind these laws is to prevent non-smokers from the effects of second-hand smoke that may among other things result in lung cancer, heart diseases, emphysema and many other diseases. Smoking ban laws make smoking indoors in many countries worldwide illegal, with scientific evidence clearly showing that tobacco smoking is as harmful to the non-smokers as it is to the smokers in a smoker’s environment....   [tags: tobacco, economy, air pollution, health]

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Smoking Ban Banning Tobacco Free Campus

- Smoking ban is one of the issues that many of West Virginia University are facing. This ban was stated as the policy number 57 under the name of tobacco free campus. Since smoking is starting to be a very global problem that all people from all over the world are facing, WVU wanted to keep their students healthy and try to reduce the smoking habit on the college students. So that means that the purpose of this policy is to make a rule that stops the students from using tobacco products at WVU campus or any place that is owned by the university....   [tags: Smoking, Tobacco, Nicotine, Passive smoking]

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Nationwide Indoor Smoking Ban

- Smoking is a habit that has taken place for a longer time than one could think or imagine; the probability that the habit will stop any time soon is also extremely low. Most tobacco users believe cigarette smoking is way of clearing their psychological problems and relaxing their bodies. On the other hand, nonsmokers maintain that the allegations by tobacco users regarding the benefits of smoking are unreal perceptions, which are just in their minds; nonsmokers argue that the habit poses serious health risks to both smokers and the people around them....   [tags: cigarette related health problems]

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