Thursday, August 09, 2018

Should public housing residents be prohibited from smoking in their homes?

Smoking is now prohibited in all public housing units. Smokers residing in public housing won’t be able to smoke in or within 25 feet of the premises according to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Violating the rule can result in fines or eviction.   

 What’s Your Take? Should public housing residents be prohibited from smoking in their homes?




Comments

1. Andrew said...

Many apartments and hotels restrict smoking. My answer is YES

2. Long Time Listener in Richmond said...

No,I don't like smoking but why not respect their right to choose for themselves?

3. Trudy said...

I am not an Omaraso fan,but she sure is bringing the heat.She knows 45s playbook better than he does. LOVING IT



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