I like new state law that stops people from smoking in restaurants and at work
Dear Editor: Itís been six months since The Louisiana Smoke-Free Air Act went into effect clearing the air in St. Charles Parish and all around the state.
I and many other men and women enjoy having smoke-free workplaces and restaurants. We were forced to breathe second-hand smoke for decades. But not anymore.
But be forewarned: BIG TOBACCO is hoping to weaken the stateís new smoke-free air act by lobbying to weaken the law.
Please help us protect The Louisiana Smoke-Free Air Act by telling your legislator to keep the current law on the books.
Robert J. Stimpson, Sr.,, Ama
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