Essay On Smoking Ban In Colorado

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What do locals think about the new law that smoking in public restaurants and bars are no longer acceptable in the state of Colorado? There are a number of people who think that this is the correct way to go about smoking habits and others feel the smoking ban is unnecessary in public places.People all over the state of Colorado have something to say, they either want the smoking ban to happen and others feel the decision should be their own to smoke or not. Should an individual be the one who makes the decision or should the state of Colorado be the one to govern smoking areas? People must understand that there are always going to be the "Smokers". We can not just ban smoking from ...view middle of the document...

People can walk into any building who allows smoking and try to enjoy what they came for and walk out reeking like an ashtray. It is not fair to others who do not have that bad habit of smoking, and have to deal with the smell, and pollution smokers are putting out.Many people are saying that this smoking ban is going to affect many businesses, because people come in and like to smoke and have a drink. That two and two go together as one. For instance I talked with the manager at Ruby Tuesday's and he had mentioned that he is going to have to cut back on raises and cut some employees checks in half. He also had mentioned that his waiters and bar workers are going to lose even more money since they live mostly off their tips. The manager said he is going to have many of angry employees because of this new law; it is going to be hard for workers and their families because they will not be bringing home as much money as they were.It is hard on both sides of this situation, but the state is not banning smoking f...


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