We shouldn't have to breathe secondhand smoke anywhere

July 18, 2011

The griping about the smoking ban in our public parks falls on deaf ears for me. One complaint I heard was about a smoker being forced to stop if his neighbor could "smell the smoke."

It's not smelling smoke that's bad, it's breathing smoke that's lethal. We deserve the right to breath clean air anywhere, anytime.

Carole Fisher

Ellicott City

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