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a guy in a Chevy Tahoe in front of us tossed a lit cigarette out the w A: Some people are that stupid. But what you did was the right thing. Let officials know what you witnessed. Hopefully, he’ll get the message. Keep your stinkin’ butts in your ashtray.
Ramapo police — for the first time “at least in recent memory” — Thursday cited a driver under Rockland County Local Law 349, “The Rockland County Kids in Cars Smoking Safety Act,” which prohibits parents from smoking in the car with children under 18 p
caught smoking a cigarette with kids in the car…But they wound up citing the 73-year-old for subjecting children to cigarette smoke. Police say smoke billowed from the car when the driver rolled down the window. Police say there were seven people insid
After completing a study on the dangers of first- and secondhand smoke, the Erie County Legislature is pushing to ban it in certain public places. “It falls in the realm of protecting people who cannot protect themselves,” said 11th district Erie Count
A revamped government website aims to answer questions about new workplace smoking rules and provide a place where people can complain about non-compliance where they work.
There’s also our world-famous culture of hospitality to consider. A zero-tolerance approach doesn’t sit well with a hundred thousand fáiltes. The usual rule is that a guest’s comfort is priority (which is why Irish homes are heated to near boiling when g
Rider Jayant Kumar Vodela is upset about people smoking… If you see somebody smoking in these areas, you don’t have to call 911. You can text transit police at MyMTPD (696873) or call 202-962-2121.
Woods, executive director of the Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust, unveiled a plan Wednesday to cut Oklahoma’s adult smoking rate nearly in half. It includes some major policy shifts, such as raising the age to purchase tobacco to 21; prohibiting smoki
tourists are being warned that spending a long weekend in Europe’s 10 most popular but polluted cities could have the same health impacts as smoking between one and four cigarettes.