Issue #769 – Property Right Newsletter, August 29, 2014
August 29, 2014 – Issue #769
“A business that makes nothing but money is a poor kind of business.”
“At a minimum, the tobacco-free zone should encompass all indoor areas with no exceptions and no indoor smoking areas of any kind (including separately enclosed and/or ventilation areas), as well as areas immediately outside building entrances and air intakes, and all work vehicles,” the bulletin said.
“Optimally and whenever feasible, the entire workplace campus, including all outdoor areas, should be established as tobacco-free.”
OPRD has been called everything from a nanny-state enforcer to a rogue branch of tyrannical government on par with Nazis.
It doesn’t stop one town from proposing a criminal record for smoking outdoors though, complete with a possible jail sentence.
That hasn’t stopped activists from opening a scare campaign designed to “de-normalize” – fancy-pants Ph.D.- speak for “make regular people feel guilty about” – your morning cup of Joe, soft drink, or tea.