It would be essential to foster an atmosphere where it was perceived that active smokers would injure those around them, especially their family and any infants or young children who would be exposed involuntarily to [smoke in the air].

-- former British Chief Medical Officer Sir George Godber at a World Health Organization conference in 1975 (This date is NOT a typo)

"In recent years lung cancer specialists have complained that due to stigma resulting from the association of the disease with smoking, theirs is a neglected field."

"As Depressing as It Was Predictable? Lung Cancer, Clinical Trials, and the Medical Research Council in Postwar Britain," Bulletin of the History of Medicine, vol. 81, No. 1, Spring 2007, pp. 312-334.
"Here was irony writ large: The famous baby boomers, who brought us hard drugs, hard rock and hard pom, morphed into the new prohibitionists."

"Science and Secondhand Smoke: the Need for a Good Puff of Skepticism, from Skeptic, Volume 13, Number 3, 2007, p. 21.
In essence, HSE cannot produce epidemiological evidence to link levels of exposure to SHS to the raised risk of contracting specific diseases and it is therefore difficult to prove health-related breaches of the Health and Safety at Work Act.

Health and Safety Executive Operational Circular (UK governement) 255/15, paragraph 9.
Withdrawal from nicotine entails temporary cravings.
Withdrawal from smoking is a bit more tricky.
Withdrawal from freedom entails the corruption of science, law and humanity.
"The quantitative results of the meta-analyses, however, were not determinate in making causal inferences in this Surgeon General's report."

"The Health Consequences of Involuntary Exposure to Tobacco Smoke: A Report of the Surgeon General" by Richard Carmona, June 27, 2006, p. 22.
§ 130A-491. Legislative findings and intent.
(a) Findings. – The General Assembly finds that secondhand smoke has been proven to cause cancer, heart disease, and asthma attacks in both smokers and nonsmokers. In 2006, a report issued by the United States Surgeon General stated that the scientific evidence indicates that there is no risk-free level of exposure to secondhand smoke.
North Carolina Legislature
FYI: That statement is NOT in the 2006 SG report.

To see a list of the NC lawmakers and how they voted on HB-2 to destroy the economy, health and freedom of North Carolinians, see The Guilty and the Heros.
[Rep. Wes] Belter told the House that committee members were frustrated last week with the testimony from anti-tobacco groups that testified against the tobacco ban, including the North Dakota Medical Association, American Heart Association, American Cancer Society, American Lung Association, North Dakota Public Health Association and North Dakota Nurses Association.

There's no evidence banning tobacco would prevent and reduce tobacco use because no such approach has been implemented, the groups argued. The ban also could take away certain funding for these groups for tobacco control programs.

Grand Forks Herald, "NORTH DAKOTA LEGISLATURE: Tobacco ban gets lit up in House"

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