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In New York City can't smoke in bars restaurants public parks and now may -- even in your own home.
In an effort -- -- secondhand smoke at city buildings Mayor Bloomberg is proposing that -- things disclosed few prospective tenants whether or not they are smoke free.
I've always believe this you know that if you want to smoke I think she should ever right to do so.
But it kills you.
And we should not have people have to make a decision of my health in my job.
While the bill doesn't require buildings to banned smoking it would require them to develop policies that would dictate where smoking is allowed prohibited locations could range from lobbies to inside apartment.
This is a bigger threat to society than somebody -- missing -- ever -- smoking advocate Audrey silk believes that this bill is about much more than just smoking.
Is that everybody civil civil liberties if they can tell you what you can and cannot do -- normally legal in your house.
What else they can they start dictating about in your own house.
The officials -- they get thousands of complaints about smoking every single day Bloomberg says secondhand smoke can -- into apartments exacerbating conditions such as asthma.
And increase the risk of lung cancer.
It kills more people and a half a dozen of the major things you worry about put together is a 100% preventable.
But not everyone is 100% on board with his bill even nonsmokers we spoke -- Have mixed feelings it's a tough -- I mean am I think people have the right to live however they live in their home.
-- -- -- -- The disclosure is always a good thing as matches I mean -- Chris -- going to -- up next you're in need you know white haired people -- -- -- -- snacks.
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