“Smoking related death hit close to home for Casanova two months ago when his 75-year-old sister died from throat cancer that was preventable, he said. She had smoked for 50 years, and as a nurse, she should’ve known better, Casanova said. “But she couldn’t quite quit.””
I wonder how the above relates to 2nd hand smoke? And... at 75 years old, should not she have been allowed to smoke?
Nanny state AND smoking Nazi united.
The concern is that someone, somewhere will die prematurely, a point in one’s life without a clear distinction; for him to use his 75 yr old sister makes me wonder how long he thinks she should have lived.