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ixion Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Feb-23-08 07:48 AM
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32. Well, I'll admit to being a bit of an anarchist -- strictly in the intellectual sense -- however
there is a difference. All I'm saying is that it should be up to the owner of an establishment whether he/she allows people to smoke on the premises. I don't really have as much of a problem with not allowing smoking in office spaces, as people don't have a choice, although I think it would be fair if they gave people a place to smoke there, rather than standing outside the building, and I think you have to be very clear about what constitutes office space. I think a blanket law that covers bars and restaurants, though, is going overboard, and ultimately leads to a nanny state. There is historical precedent for that.
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