Many countries today have laws that prohibit smoking in public places because it affects non smokers as well.
This damages their health against their will and could cause them lung cancer.
As a result, this can bring some jobs for people and partially solve rate of unemployment.
second-hand smoke is harmful, just like smoking is.
therefore, they can use that money to invest in some different kinds of fields.
furthermore, in my country, selling cigarettes is also an easy job that everyone can do to earn more money, no matter how old they are.We together make some tigh and strict regulation for smokers if we dont want to have any adverse influences on our next generations.it seems clear to me that most people have their opinions against smoking.so are you saying that the non-smokers of America don't have rights and that America is all about the majority winning?currently we are having the occupy wall street which is demoting the minority ruling.Smoking should definatly be banned in public places.The places they do allow smoking might lose a bit of money, but it will also help with the health problems that occur.All because people will not go there because they cannot smoke.Obviously, the cloud of smoke exactly disturbs other people; especially non-smokers feeling.Is this law actually going to protect non-smokers or simply affect smokers?Is this a noble deed or a true act of discrimination?