Smoke-free and loving it
LIHUE — While those caught using tobacco products at two county parks can now face fines, the tobacco-free status is more about changing society’s views than issuing citations.
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not to mention the lead that is released from cigarette smoke….check out how it is stored in bones and released during pregnancy, menopause and osteoporosis. Scary stuff, damage that lasts a lifetime, even with second hand smoke.
It’s a start, but how about we just stop the manufacturer of them. They cause irreversible damage to heath and the environment. They just killed my brother. Vaping even more deadly. We have a right to breath clean air and protect our health.