government essay on illegalizing cigs

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Submitted: December 11, 2011

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Cigarettes have become a huge part of the American society. So many people have become addicted to cigarettes compared to Marijuana. Government has debated for some time to

make cigarettes illegal for many reasons. It is a proven fact that cigarettes kill many people each year. If someone wants to work some where, they can be denied that right, because of

cigarettes. Government officials can control the regulations on cigarettes being sold.

Government officials can and do control these regulations of cigarettes being sold to Americans. The president signed the Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco

Control Act on June 22, 2009. This act helps drug and food administration receive new regulations to reduce use of tobacco usage in the adolescents. This new act would take effect in

2010. The regulations are being placed on limiting manufacture, marketing and distribution of tobacco products. So people are wondering how others will get to know about this act.

These regulations will be in the Federal Register on March 19, 2010, in addition to using communication stations to get this message out to the young American society. The two main

regulations are: not selling any tobacco products to people less than 18 years of age and making sure the person is saying the age that they truly are and not just lying. Of course there

are other underlying regulations that are prohibited for sellers. ("Regulations Restricting the," 2010)

Cigarettes are a big part of this American society; it is one of things that describe this countries life. Cigarettes are such a big thing in this world that the government had

to put hundreds of regulations on selling of them. The government thought that if they would make regulations and classes for the American society would bring down the average

percentage of smokers down.

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