Monday, August 29, 2011


From Newsalerts: Victims of Michigan Smoking Ban Cut Off Politicians: Lawmakers no longer welcome in bars and restaurants hurt by state smoking policy:
Michigan Capitol Confidential reports:
Small bar owners angered over losing their butts to the statewide indoor smoking ban plan to give lawmakers the boot.

A newly formed group, Protect Private Property Rights in Michigan (PPPRM), has organized an effort to ban lawmakers from their establishments in protest against Michigan's smoking ban. This lawmaker ban is scheduled to start Sept. 1. PPPRM, which claims to have a membership of about 500 businesses, argues that the smoking ban has been disastrous for Michigan's small bar owners and their employees.
Should doctors do this with Democrats who voted for ObamaCare.

It may be too late for Detroit, but at least Michigan is showing positive signs...

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