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April 13th, 2011, 11:51 AM
July 22nd, 2009
What are the real solutions to this problem?
Who's responsibility is it to make sure you are not exposed to second hand smoke (on the golf course or elsewhere)?
Maybe we need to change the Oregon labor laws?
Should we consider modifying the privacy laws too?
More education on the dangers of smoking?
Might we extend the smoking ban beyond just restaurants, taverns, and bars?
How about starting or seeking existing petitions to prevent the sale of tobacco or shutting down tobacco companies?
I saw a story on CNBC recently of a business owner who prohibited his employees from smoking. He legally deployed random analysis for the presence of nicotine and fired offenders. This could work in some states?
1) Do not enter (or remove yourself from) an environment with second-hand smoke.
2) Ask the offender to stop smoking because it is dangerous to your health.
WRT the disc golf environment, I think option two "should" be pretty effective in general.
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