U.S. Virgin Islands bans smoking on some beaches

Feb 6, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Seattle Times

The smoking ban covers cigars and pipes as well as cigarettes and is enforced from within 50 feet of the shoreline.

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Smoking should really be banned from public places.

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idiot i say idiot you are who are you to tell what others can and can't do FU
BUTT OUT

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nfourwheeler7 wrote:
idiot i say idiot you are who are you to tell what others can and can't do FU
Go get checked for cancer

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Its a good thing that it is ban cause secondhand smoking can be reduced as well as animals like seagull will not feed on the disposed cigarette butts

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