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    Default Baltimore, MD - Indoor Use Ban & retail placement

    Please see the new Call to Action issued by CASAA for this new bill introduced in Baltimore, MD:

    CASAA: Call to Action Baltimore, MD - Indoor Use Ban
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    Thanks! I'm on it.
    This being Baltimore (you watch The Wire, right?) I'd probably get more action if I addressed to the right person and dropped it on a park bench outside Central Booking and Intake Center.
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    Saw part of the 1st season...
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    LOL @ Baltimore. Right behind Detroit and Chicago on the "Major Cities with a Bright Future" list.
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    Hey! It's not that bad, just don't make a left off of 40.
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    Sent. Live in Western Maryland but I'm from the Baltimore suburbs and my mom still lives there. I spend 2-3 days/week with her.
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    Sent, finally! (Busy week)

    Hi fellow Marylanders.

    Love this state, love Baltimore, actually, despite all. And I sure don't want to be huddling outside with the smokers - this isn't a lot of response, please tell others?
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    Props to Maryland's Vapor Alley for a nice contribution to CASAA and a pledge to action!
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    Sent.

    "This legislation will reduce the amount of money that I spend in the city, as I will surely visit less if my ability to remain smoke free is restrained. My time and money will go to the areas of Maryland that allow me to improve my health using this miraculous device."

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    "I urge you to be cautious on banning something that may eventually prove to be the actual solution to the smoking problem. Waiting for some conclusive evidence before proceeding on legislation would be the better course on action in my opinion. If the purpose of this legislation was to ban the sale and use of these products by persons under 18 without the indoor use ban, it would have my complete support. If the indoor use ban passes, the likelihood that I will patronize Baltimore City businesses will absolutely decrease to zero. Baltimore City needs to focus on increasing the number of reasons that people should visit Baltimore City and spend their money, not adding more reasons for people to stay out of the city."

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    sorry, but the vapors from e-cigs cannot possibly make Baltimore a more toxic and smelly place than it already is. in fact, they might improve the smell.

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