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To avoid denials, here’s the full, unexpurgated text of the Howard e-mail:
“To me an example of a workable compromise would be:
”-- If they wish, an establishment can sign up on a city maintained smoking
registry, but doing so is not necessary if the owner puts up a sign near the
entrance(s) of the establishment detailing their smoking policy. (Minimal
signage would be: "Smoking Permitted".)
”-- If they wish, an establishment can sign up on a city maintained "smoke
free" registry, but doing so is not necessary if the owner puts up a sign
near the entrance(s) of the establishment to the effect detailing their
smoking policy. (Minimal signage would be: "No Smoking" or "Smoke Free".)
”(Knowing the city, they would probanly [sic.] require spanish language too.)
”This "compromise" would hopefully placate those who consider cigeratte [sic.] smoke
as an assault on their personages. (For some people it actually is.) As far
as abridging rights goes, it is simply coupling the right of the property
owner to the equal and legitimate responsibility to make their smoking policy
clear to prospective patrons either through signage or by the public process
of signing up on a registry.
”As far as the "permit" idea goes, let's see if we can dig up actual examples
where a permitting process for smoking turned into a ban. If we can do that,
then that would be helpful as it might give the business owners more
intenstinal [sic.] fortitude about defending their rights. At this point many are
seeing this as a life and death issue for their businesses and that makes [sic.]
more susceptible to a slippery slope compromise.”
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