Re: California Classifies Second-Hand Smoke a Toxic Risk
One of my neighboring cities has already been working on these issues. Personally I think it's odd at best. I don't smoke, I hate the smell, and just about everything else about it, but you should be able to smoke in open areas.
Now the car thing with Children, I agree 100% with. They don't have the choice to smoke, they're being affected by the actions of their parents, but who's to say that a car is worse then their house. I would think that within a few years of something like this being passed, smoking in your house with children is going to be the next thing they go after.