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Mobile Considering Smoking Ban

More than 100 people attended a public meeting Tuesday to consider strengthening the city’s anti-smoking cigarettes ordinance, sparking heated debate, the invocation of a Mardi Gras icon and an impassioned speech by a state senator.

Among those opposed to an ordinance banning smoking cigarettes in all public places, including bars in restaurants, was Harry Lay Jr., who said that he was the great-great grandson of Joe Cain

Cain is credited with reviving Mobile’s Mardi Gras Tradition after the Civil War, and was the first to dress as the mythical Indian chief Slacabamorinico during a parade.

"People have all kinds of rights, and we need to protect those," Lay said. Therefore, he said, he didn’t support infringing on smokers’ rights and neither would have his illustrious ancestor.

Sate Sen. Vivian Davis Figures, D-Mobile, was one of a large group who supported a comprehensive smoking cigarettes ban in public places.

She’s fought, so far without success, for a statewide comprehensive ban since heading to the State House in 1997.

"You could say I’m the poster child for banning smoking cigarettes in Alabama," she said. "I’m passionate about this issue, because I’m a victim (of secondhand smoke)."

Davis said she contracted chronic bronchitis and asthma because of living around smokers.

People should have the right to choose to smoke, she said, but that right should not infringe on others’ right to breathe clean air.

About two-thirds of the audience, as observed in an unscientific show of hands, were in Davis’ camp.

Doctors, pastors and health department support smoking cigarettes ban

Supporters of a comprehensive ban included students, several doctors, pastors and the Mobile County Health Department, which recently won a $2.5 million grant from the federal Centers for Disease Control to fight the danger of secondhand smoke.

Secondhand smoke cigarettes causes a litany of respiratory and cardiovascular ailments, and nonsmokers who are regularly exposed to secondhand smoke cigarettes increase their lung cancer risk by 20 percent to 30 percent, according to the CDC.

Many of those who spoke against a possible ban disputed the research.

"The one word that never comes up in this discussion is freedom," said Michael Mastro. Adults are free to choose to smoke cigarettes are not. Customers are free to choose nonsmoking cigarettes establishments, and business owners ought to have the freedom to choose whether to allow smoking cigarettes, Mastro said.

"This is America. He put up the money, he should have the choice," he said.

Bill Monahan, owner of T.P. Crockmiers, a restaurant, and Grand Central, a club, said that he felt there was room to compromise in implementing a new ordinance.

He made his restaurant smoke-free, and it only helped business, he said. But a ban doesn’t make sense for clubs and bars that are only patronized by adults, Monahan said.

If an adult goes into a smoky bar, he goes of his volition, he said.

Bill Daniels, one of the doctors who spoke in favor a comprehensive ban, said that there were only 2 reasons to oppose restricting smoking cigarettes: addiction and profit.

Business owners who allow smoking cigarettes in their establishments are "making a living while the people under their influence are dying," he said. "These aren’t rights, these are wrongs."

Any city-wide comprehensive ban is unlikely in the immediate future as the City Council has yet to draft an ordinance or engage in a full debate the merits of a ban.

 

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