Banning Smoking in Cars with Child Passengers
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This paper cites evidence and statistics supporting the banning of smoking in cars with child passengers. Many countries and many U.S states have now enacted legislation that bans smoking in cars when there are child passengers. The paper concludes by stating that even though some people resent governmental intrusion on their "privacy" children's health and safety needs to take precedence.
From the Paper:"We have all heard that second-hand smoke may be just as dangerous as the problems with smokers. So, it would make good sense to make sure that one's children are protected from second hand smoke. And that means, no smoking in cars where children are passengers. There is scientific proof that children are harmed by adults smoking in cars in which they are passengers. Some countries, and some U.S. states are already taking steps to ban such smoking. "There is plenty of evidence to show passive smoke is particularly harmful to children. It noted that Colorado's smoking ban in cars carrying children was based on evidence..."
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