No "Need" To Know "Health Effects" Of E-Cigs, Issue Ban Regardless Says County CommissionerChris | InformationLiberation
May. 20, 2014
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Bradley County commissioner Charlotte Peak-Jones of Cleveland, Tennessee says there's no "need" to wait to learn all the "health effects" of e-cigarettes, the city should just ban their use in all county buildings preemptively because she doesn't "want to have to breathe all those chemicals."
From the Times Free-Press:
CLEVELAND, Tenn. — The Bradley County Commission is preparing to consider imposing restrictions on the smoking of e-cigarettes on county properties where tobacco use now is prohibited.Who needs facts and evidence to make law when you have feelings and emotion?