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  1. Ethical and Legal Analyses of Policy Prohibiting Tobacco Smoking in Enclosed Public Spaces.Taiwo A. Oriola - 2009 - Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics 37 (4):828-840.
    A spate of legislations prohibiting cigarette smoking in enclosed public spaces, mainly on grounds of public health protection, recently swept across cities around the world. This is in tandem with a raft of increasingly restrictive national laws that emerged on the back of the ratification of the WHO Framework for Tobacco Control by more than one 168 countries in 2005. The central debate on the increasingly restrictive tobacco laws revolves on the extent to which public health interests justification should ground (...)
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  • Ethical and Legal Analyses of Policy Prohibiting Tobacco Smoking in Enclosed Public Spaces.Taiwo A. Oriola - 2009 - Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics 37 (4):828-840.
    It is axiomatic that tobacco smoking is hazardous to health. The statistics are well documented and often very grim. For example, the 2008 World Health Organization Report on the global tobacco epidemic presented the following statistics: a hundred million people died of tobacco-related diseases globally in the 20th century; there are approximately over five million tobacco-related deaths every year; and an estimated one billion could die of tobacco-related diseases in this 21st century.Significantly, no other risky, self-indulgent addictive behaviors such as (...)
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