Should Smoking Cigarettes Be Banned in Public Areas?

Posted by: SvJeSSe77

Poll closed on 5/1/2015 at 12:00AM.
  • Cigarettes Should Be Banned in Public Areas

  • Cigarettes Should Be Allowed in Public Areas

65% 24 votes
35% 13 votes
  • Cigarettes cause cancer, second hand smoke can cause cancer.

  • Keep your lung cancer to your self. If you are aware of the risks associated with smoking and you still choose to do it than fine but don't make me suffer for it.

    Posted by: Dilara
  • 1) Secondhand smoke 2) A lot of times alcohol is

    Posted by: Stefy
  • Yes, but then smoking shouldn't be banned from private businesses. There are more problems with banning smoking than benefits.

  • If people want to smoke, they can smoke, but just do it in a place where they won't be bothering people who want to go outside for some 'fresh' air

  • Second hand smoking is horrible, as it can give someone lung disease even if they don't smoke.

  • It should be banned completely. Nothing good comes from it.

  • As long as the economy goes up.

    Posted by: Gabe1e
  • We put up with cars pumping out far more harmful fumes. Someone smoking nearby is an embarrassing thing to complain about and smacks of being a right wing control freak.

  • i pick dis one cause people gots rights bruh

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triangle.128k says2015-03-29T12:41:35.2307279-05:00
Only in smoking rooms.
briantheliberal says2015-03-29T17:23:01.8486177-05:00
Smokers should have their own separate areas, booths or something.
Tumblrnatic says2015-03-30T02:23:13.4417214-05:00
At a local college there is an area for smokers, so the other students on campus don't have the risk of Lung cancer.
tmpeter says2016-03-16T15:28:22.2905325Z
As someone who has asthma I think cigarettes should be banned completely because when I am around people who are smoking I feel like I'm going to get sick.

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