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Vets organizations to halt donations over smoking ban

May 4, 2014

CHESTER — On March 6, just two days after the Hancock County health board gave a second reading to its proposed smoking ban, John Ash, senior vice commander of Chester Veterans of Foreign Wars Post......

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Toolman61

May-04-14 11:24 PM

I can't believe they are attacking Veteran associations over their decisions. After all our Vets have done, these a-holes attack them for what they see as a valid reason. I stand with my fellow Vets.

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AudreySilk

May-04-14 2:27 AM

The anti-smokers have no shame. They lie -- that's right, lie -- when they claim smoking bans don't harm business. For just one example look what happened to Revel Casino in Atlantic City. They opened as the first 100% smoking ban casino with fanfare and shortly after went into bankruptcy, blaming the smoking ban. They have since reintroduced smoking areas. There are thousands of more examples across the country. Real people with real businesses who have no interest in "shilling" for the tobacco industry, only their own livelihoods -- who have cried over the loss of their life savings when forced to close due to smoking bans that decimated their business.

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