mardi, janvier 17, 2006


Spain has a new law that bans smoking in the workplace and requires large restaurants to be mostly non-smoking. The sight of office workers forced to light up on the sidewalk is a shock in a country where many people used to scoff at the anti-smoking crusade in America.

Spain Gets Tough on Smoking

Ireland banned smoking in the workplace and restaurants two years ago. Italy banned it in all public places last year. Now, if only the French could get behind this ...

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V.S. a dit…

Coming next in France... By five years, the whole Europe will certainly be the same, continuing the american's health-sane-crusade against tobacco industry.
It's funny to see how U.S. are purchasing smokers, and still made and sell weapons, amiant, and drugs much more dangerous than tobaccos... lol..