Snuffing Out Smoking

As Americans become more health-conscious and less tolerable of second-hand smoke, it’s no wonder most parks and recreation departments around the country are looking to ban smoking in parks and other public places. According to the American Nonsmokers’ Rights Foundation, 356 municipalities have adopted smoke-free park laws as of July 1, 2008. So what can you do to help your community breath cleaner air in public places? First, be aware of the rights of residents in the community: “It is …


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