Many smoke-free restaurants aids freedom to choose |

Many smoke-free restaurants aids freedom to choose

Please allow me to add to my letter that was published June 24 regarding a smoking ban. In it, I noted the list of 133 smoke-free establishments in Summit County and approved of a restaurant/bar owner’s right to disallow smoking.

Obviously, the majority of restaurants and bars are now smoke-free. Why not, if you are offended by cigarette smoke, leave it at that and simply avoid the places that allow smoking? And please don’t drive to your smoke-free establishment – what’s coming out of your tailpipe is a lot more toxic than what’s coming out of my cigarette.

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