Here in Ohio I don't know of any apartment complexes that allow smoking.I live in an apartment complex. Smoking is prohibited. Not by city bylaw, mind you, but by the building's own rules. As much as I hate it that I cannot smoke a pipe or cigar in my apartment, not even in the balcony, I actually support the rule: if smoking were allowed the place would reek, and with pot being now legal it'd be a skunky building. What this bloke says about 'second hand' smoke permeating into other suites is true: I've experienced it myself: I've had to seal crannies in my place to keep the stink from cigarette smoking and funky cooking out. 12 years ago I had to move from my initial suite because the recently arrived neighbour next door started breaking the rules and smoking in there.
That being said, this guy is obviously a dangerous statist. He's extreme in calling upon the state to force and enforce what should be left to the buildings' owners themselves. It's a double play: the state gets to pwn both the tenants AND the landlords and run both their lives at the same time. A vengeful tenant could get his landlord sued by anonymously reporting a smoking bylaw violation. It's bad.
That's been a goal of the W.H.O. for several years now. A few countries including those in th UK were reviewing the possibility.Finland gov seeks to make the whole country as tobacco-free zone till the end of 2030
if you got a shovel and advanced sand castle making skills you certain can.Legislator Sam Gonzalez, the sponsor of the bill, told a local CBS affiliate that he did not think the bill was excessive.
“It’s not going too far. We’re heading in that direction anyway. We can’t smoke in restaurants. We can’t smoke in buildings,” he said. “We can’t smoke inside the theaters. There are parks, there are beaches that you can’t smoke in. We are headed there.”
I didn't realize you could smoke in a beach...
Plenty of snitches to go around. Now, with the plandemic, snitching has become the national sport. Children will tell on their parents, don't doubt that for a second. As for a house full of smokers, well, the neighbours will pitch in to 'save lives' and call the cops on them for smoking and not wearing a mask.I always wonder with laws like this how they're enforced. Someone would have to complain. If everyone living in a house smoked I don't see any of them complaining.
We have smokers in the building. We just have to go outside, more than 10 metres from the doors. There's even a bucket with sand by the parkade's wall for smokers to ditch their (cigs) butts.Here in Ohio I don't know of any apartment complexes that allow smoking.
A situation just occurred at a friend's complex where the smokers (rightfully) banded together to pressure the owner into some sort of roof over their smoking area and a picnic table or two.
Well, as we transition from democracy into neo-caesarism Politico doesn't really care if Joe Q likes his policies: they'll be enforced anyway, because Politico is appointed, propped up, and bankrolled by an oligarchic elite. Votes can be bought, or even made up. Why worry about which party the silent majority votes for when you can cheat? Why worry about the myriad Joe Q's when you can sic 'peaceful demonstrators' on them?Politico's don't seem to realize that if you piss off Joe Q Lunch box enough he will more than likely turn on said politico.