Tupelo council likely to halt e-cigar...

Tupelo council likely to halt e-cigarette use in public places...

There are 11 comments on the Customer Interaction Solutions story from Aug 3, 2014, titled Tupelo council likely to halt e-cigarette use in public places.... In it, Customer Interaction Solutions reports that:

Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Aug. 03--TUPELO -- The City Council seems ready to kick the vaping habit this week, likely banning public use of electronic cigarettes.

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Laws

Tupelo, MS

#1 Aug 3, 2014
This is not enforceable and becomes a waste of time to satisfy a few campaign contributors. In the big picture it divides the community and gives more power to the police.

This is not something that brings the community together.
Ho Lee Chyt

Chicago, IL

#2 Aug 3, 2014
Laws wrote:
This is not enforceable and becomes a waste of time to satisfy a few campaign contributors. In the big picture it divides the community and gives more power to the police.
This is not something that brings the community together.
Creetins need to know not to pollute the air.
Laws

Tupelo, MS

#3 Aug 3, 2014
Ho Lee Chyt wrote:
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Creetins need to know not to pollute the air.
Then close the chemical companies. Most of the products you buy pollute the air. Not to mention your car and all the trucks that supply you. It is not fair to target one group and not all that make you sick. I rather sit next to someone blowing steam than a person with perfume on. But then idf a business allows this i might just not vote my dollar for them. You money is your enforcer not the government who selectively enforce on their whim.
Ho Lee Chyt

Monticello, IN

#4 Aug 3, 2014
Laws wrote:
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Then close the chemical companies. Most of the products you buy pollute the air. Not to mention your car and all the trucks that supply you. It is not fair to target one group and not all that make you sick. I rather sit next to someone blowing steam than a person with perfume on. But then idf a business allows this i might just not vote my dollar for them. You money is your enforcer not the government who selectively enforce on their whim.
This is a good start. No reason to pander to addicts.
Laws

Tupelo, MS

#5 Aug 3, 2014
Ho Lee Chyt wrote:
<quoted text>This is a good start. No reason to pander to addicts.
The addict is the consumer.
Ho Lee Chyt

Chicago, IL

#6 Aug 3, 2014
Laws wrote:
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The addict is the consumer.
There are winners and losers in the battle against tobacco. You are the loser. MS2BU.
Laws

Tupelo, MS

#7 Aug 4, 2014
Ho Lee Chyt wrote:
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There are winners and losers in the battle against tobacco. You are the loser. MS2BU.
There are many outcomes as we see few people obey laws that are selectively enforced. For me I do not use tobacco but would not want to see the government get into something that reduces freedoms and make people ignore government laws.

For those that use tobacco we do not need to penalize the whole public to pay for their health care. The government has failed to us common sense in their law making.
Ho Lee Chyt

Chicago, IL

#8 Aug 4, 2014
Laws wrote:
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There are many outcomes as we see few people obey laws that are selectively enforced. For me I do not use tobacco but would not want to see the government get into something that reduces freedoms and make people ignore government laws.
For those that use tobacco we do not need to penalize the whole public to pay for their health care. The government has failed to us common sense in their law making.
You rarely go into an eatery where bans are in effect and find someone smoking. I have not seen any in more than 15 years. So people DO follow the bans.
Laws

Tupelo, MS

#9 Aug 4, 2014
Ho Lee Chyt wrote:
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You rarely go into an eatery where bans are in effect and find someone smoking. I have not seen any in more than 15 years. So people DO follow the bans.
I have not been in an eatery but no shoes, no shirt, no service. No laws required.
Ho Lee Chyt

Monticello, IN

#10 Aug 4, 2014
Laws wrote:
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I have not been in an eatery but no shoes, no shirt, no service. No laws required.
Yep, people wear shoes and shirts and don't smoke to eat in a restaurant. Glad you can get it.
Laws

Tupelo, MS

#11 Aug 5, 2014
Ho Lee Chyt wrote:
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Yep, people wear shoes and shirts and don't smoke to eat in a restaurant. Glad you can get it.
Then why get the government involved in the rights of the owner of the restaurant? It is none of the government's business what happens in restaurants.

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