Where is Kansas and Lawrence with e-cigarettes? Second-hand (passive) smoking?
- on March 4, 2014
E-cigarette smoking outlawed in major cities' public places
Major cities such as Los Angeles have outlawed e-cigarette smoking (vaping) in public places as much as possible. Click on the following article.
Where is Lawrence and Kansas doing when it comes to e-cigarette smoking?
It seems to me that this is the kind of thing that should be very important to the City Council and to fellow citizens. None of us should have to go to any public place where there is e-smoking allowed.
Also, when parents smoke cigarettes, do most of them really care about kids? Second-hand (passive) smoking is dangerous. Kids can't do much to change their parents' habits and to find a non-smoking area.
On the other hand, this article from Great Britain (published March 9, 2011) is incredible, or is it not? In a lot of ways, when kids are very unfortunate, don't have any role models, perhaps smoking at recess periods is good. Anything to make them at least stay in school.
So what do kids do when their parents smoke in the house?
What about kids smoking at school?
(As a disclaimer, I have never smoked in my life, but I've had lots of friends who have found it very difficult to quit, even after a heart attack!)