Bans on tobacco at public buildings make a lot of sense
Smoking bans at public-owned buildings should be the norm.
Enforcing the bans should be the norm.
We’re glad to hear such a ban is going to be enforced at public buildings owned by Clinton County.
We’re talking about bans on tobacco — cigarettes, cigars or chew — along with e-cigarettes and vaping devices.
Now, what about local township, city and borough buildings?
We’re not even sure about state or federal buildings having such bans.
These bans make sense.
They are meant to promote better health and well-being for everyone … like it or not.