by Duluth News Tribune
September 30, 2012 at 7:00 pm in Duluth News Tribune
Today marks the fifth anniversary of the Freedom to Breathe Act, the law that made Minnesota’s bars, restaurants and workplaces smoke-free.
Tags: columnists, columns, Duluth, Editorials, Health, Local view, Opinion 5 Comments »
“opponents of smoke-free air” is how an opponent of free people would phrase it.
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“Freedom to breathe act” So at one time in the past ( 5 years ) it was against the law to breathe?
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They named the bill that because “Protection of grandmas and baby ducks act” was already taken.
“board director for ClearWay Minnesota…..Are you ready to quit? Thanks to Clearway Minnesota’s QUITPLAN it’s easier than ever (see quitplan.com). Then you, too, can celebrate your own Freedom to Breathe.”
Of course he thinks it’s wonderful, of course he is all supportive of it….he’s profiting from it..SMH!! This nothing more then a bunch of self promoting hype for an agenda and really question some of the things he passed off as facts…but nice free advertising though…~rolls eyes~…lawdy.
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I can’t wait until they start ridiculing over weight non-smoking zealots. Hey fatty you take that blubber outside! Shame on you!
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