Or not ...
Smoking ban in works
COUNCIL WANTS LIGHTING UP LIMITED TO SINGLE-FAMILY HOMES, CARS
Belmont is drafting what experts say promises to be the most stringent local anti-smoking law in the nation -- one that would declare secondhand smoke a public nuisance and ban puffing in all public places and in multi-unit dwellings such as apartment buildings and condominiums.
You still could smoke in your single-family home. Or in your car.
While details of the proposed law are still under discussion and penalties for violations not yet set, the intent of the ordinance will be to protect residents from unwanted exposure to tobacco smoke and give them legal recourse to pursue a remedy if a problem from secondhand smoke persists, proponents say.
``This is a way to empower non-smoking people who are suffering under non-consensual secondhand smoke,'' said Becky Husmann, a San Jose resident active in advocating for tougher secondhand smoking laws in Belmont. Her father, 81-year-old Ray Goodrich, is a non-smoker who lives in a Belmont independent housing development. He suspects he's suffering from respiratory ailments due to exposure to secondhand smoke there....
This is just ridiculous IMO!
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