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This is just one of the many reasons why I believe that cigarette smoking should be banned in public areas.

Smokers should not be able to smoke in the public vicinity....

Most governments have banned smoking in all public places.

Smoking in public places, places of employment, and governmental vehicles prohibited.
This essay will propose to outline the causes and the effects of this anti-smoking attitude in the UK and the USA and explain why similar campaigns would or would not be effective in Qatar....

There are many causes for smoking but effects of smoking are same.

In the United States, smoking should be banned while in the presence of children.
Smoking has already been banned in many indoor facilities, but smoking is still a menace to many people trying to enjoy outdoor events; this is why smoking should be banned in parks and other venues.

 

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No one knew about the long-term health effects of smoking tobacco before the twentieth century.
Yes, of course smoking should be banned. I live in Woodstock, Ontario, a small city of 35,000. Our Council banned smoking in enclosed public places last year, including bingo halls and even the Royal Canadian Legion Hall. There were dire predictions of loss of revenue for bars and restaurants which have yet to come true. In fact, one restaurant (which voluntarily went smoke-free before the ban) stated their sales had increased 10 per cent because people wanted to eat in a clean atmosphere. Sylvia Roe Woodstock, Ontario

The negative effects of smoking outweigh the positive effects of smoking yet people still do it.
Everywhere they propose banning smoking (including Ottawa, where I live) the pubs and restaurants say they'll lose business. This has simply not turned out to be the case. Next year the whole of Ontario is going non-smoking. I can't believe that the UK doesn't have the guts to go the whole hog. We also had a lot of fuss from Bingo halls and Legions but the ban went ahead anyway. I visited Ireland for the first time in September and the pubs were full to bursting point with people drinking, talking, listening to the music and generally having a good time. There were a few people outside the door smoking. What a pleasure it was for the majority to enjoy all this without being suffocated by cigarette smoke and how much better for the serving staff. Elizabeth Funnekotter, Ottawa, Canada


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This is not a question of rights being curtailed. I will defend a person's right to do anything they please within the law, provided it does not harm others. However, passive smoking has been proven to cause harm to non-smokers and therefore there has to be an acceptance that cigarette smoking has to be curtailed in public. In any case, why should the minority of smokers dictate to the majority non-smokers? J Fletcher

City of Manor bans smoking in public areas

Since when is killing or harming another's health a right? It should be a no brainer. Since it seems the majority of the population would support a ban, why are the Conservatives not pushing for a ban and embarrassing the Government? Apparently David Cameron's view is that the process is a "shambles", as opposed to the Tory position which is what? If Mr Cameron really believes in modernising the Conservative Party, he should be whole heartedly pushing for a ban. Shaun O'Kane, London

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(2)Areas of the lobby in a hotel, motel, or other similar transient lodging establishment designated for smoking by the establishment. Such an establishment may permit smoking in a designated lobby area that does not exceed 25 percent of the total floor area of the lobby or, if the total area of the lobby is 2,000 square feet or less, that does not exceed 50 percent of the total floor area of the lobby. For purposes of this paragraph, "lobby" means the common public area of such an establishment in which registration and other similar or related transactions, or both, are conducted and in which the establishment's guests and members of the public typically congregate.

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(3)Meeting and banquet rooms in a hotel, motel, other transient lodging establishment similar to a hotel or motel, restaurant, or public convention center, except while food or beverage functions are taking place, including setup, service, and cleanup activities, or when the room is being used for exhibit purposes. At times when smoking is not permitted in such a meeting or banquet room pursuant to this paragraph, the establishment may permit smoking in corridors and prefunction areas adjacent to and serving the meeting or banquet room if no employee is stationed in that corridor or area on other than a passing basis.