Smoking Should Be Illegal Essay

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Smoking Tabaco should be illegal

Smoking brings about tons of arguments, and most individuals either support it or oppose it. Banning drugs should be the least of our concern, when a legal substance such as smoking cigarettes has a much higher death rate. Tobacco is expected to kill 7.5 million people worldwide by 2020. Smoking causes about 70% lung cancers, 50% of chronic respiratory disease, and almost 10% of cardiovascular diseases.

It is one’s choice whether they would like to harm themselves or not. For second hand smokers the biggest argument they posses is that one should not have to breath the filthy smoke that pollutes our planet. Second hand smoker’s do not take into consideration that cigarettes are the least of our
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Such places will often ignore the ban and are unlikely to be caught. Banning smoking in public places would drive many bars, pubs and clubs out of business. Therefore, many of these places will lose income because of the decrease in costumers. This will lead to more poverty because there will be no more money to pay employees in such work places.

Lung disease, cancers, and heart disease are just some of the thousands of harmful effects of smoking. I believe that smoking should be banned. It is a bad, disgusting, harmful habit. It in dangers ourselves, people around us, and the environment. What I never seemed to understand is why anyone would smoke if they know it destroys their body. Smoking causes wrinkles, teeth discoloring, and a stinky breath. Smoking gives you a horrible breath making you kissable only to other smokers.

Smoking starts at young ages because teenagers seem to think that when they hold a cigarette that seems cool and mature. But frankly it is the opposite how can you be cool and mature when you are putting toxins into your body. Banning smoking and putting an end to this nasty habit starts at schools, with teenagers. Making the young aware of such a harmful habit and persuaded in not lighting it up, hopefully will eventually lead to a smoke free
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