Stott: Smoking ban changes standards
Do you remember five years ago, when smoking inside public establishments was legal in Illinois?
Maybe you remember the sharp smell of burning tobacco during your meals at restaurants, or the impulsive desire to wash your hair and clothes after coming home from a bar or casino.
Or, you could have been one of the smokers who appreciated being able to light up inside a public place. It was nice to be able to enjoy a tobacco product without being ostracized to the outdoors. For you, the indoor smoking ban was an unpleasant effect of an overbearing government.
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