A report by the US surgeon general says only smoke
-free places can protect nonsmokers from involuntary smoking. More than 126 million people are exposed to secondhand smoke,contracting smoking related illnesses, the report said. "Nonsmokers need protection through the restriction of smoking in public places and workplaces," said Richard Carmona, the surgeon general. Carmona is especially concerned about children who are affected by their parentssmoking habits.
Reported in the Christian Science Monitor...
Delaware County already has a smoking ban in place... Madison County is working on it!