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  • No, all unhealthy behavior should not be fineable.

    I believe that all unhealthy behavior should not be fineable. It is our own choice to eat foods that are bad for us or drink sugary supersized drinks. How could you levy fines on something that is a free choice? Would fast food have a bigger penalty than cigarettes? If we choose to engage in unhealthy behavior, we usually pay the price with obesity or diseases which can be related to poor diet choices. It's our own problem, not the government's.

  • No unhealthy behavior should be fineable.

    Adults have the right to do what they want to their bodies, provided it does not put anyone else at risk or break the law. To start imposing fines for unhealthy behavior takes away basic human rights. Who gets to decide what is unhealthy and what is not? It would be a nightmare to administer, and is none of the government's business anyway.

  • No, all unhealthy behavior should not be fineable.

    I believe that all unhealthy behavior should not be fineable. It is our own choice to eat foods that are bad for us or drink sugary supersized drinks. How could you levy fines on something that is a free choice? Would fast food have a bigger penalty than cigarettes? If we choose to engage in unhealthy behavior, we usually pay the price with obesity or diseases which can be related to poor diet choices. It's our own problem, not the government's.

  • No unhealthy behavior should be fineable.

    Adults have the right to do what they want to their bodies, provided it does not put anyone else at risk or break the law. To start imposing fines for unhealthy behavior takes away basic human rights. Who gets to decide what is unhealthy and what is not? It would be a nightmare to administer, and is none of the government's business anyway.


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