Banning of Smoking and the Tobacco Industry

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Essay #: 060870
Total text length is 16,554 characters (approximately 11.4 pages).

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Banning of Smoking and the Tobacco Industry
The issue I have selected is the banning of smoking in public places, owing to secondary smoke health issues. This is a highly contentious issue which has gained momentum over the last ten years. This issue also relates to legislation regarding smoking, the impact of this legislation on individuals and corporations, and the target groups identified by anti-smoking government bodies and community organizations.
Section 1: Context
Some national government bodies have a primary stake in deciding industry legislation and some relevant government health bodies that focus on issues such as smoking and its effects, as well. Such a body is the Government of Canada, typically via Health Canada. Many...
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