I feel if this is going to be a law the public should be made aware of it and the first ofense should be a warning, but no don't take the children any well meaning parent should not have to told not to smoke in a closed enviroment such as the car even with the windows open, but that gives the state to much lead way just to take a persons child there are larger reasons and they allow the parents to keep their children, for instance there was a female parent that was accused of molesting young boys and had to sign ever so often but was awarded custody of her own young boys in a court, so to take a persons child or children because of smoking with them in the car would be quite drastic...a warning would be fair the state and gov is already in our life and business enough this is just giving them too much authority.....
Yes. Many of these kids end up asthmatic, or with bronchitis as well as with heart problems and the parents are like, "I open the windows, its okay". I think that their lungs are more susceptible to disease and as parents we should be held accountable like with everything else.
No, you should never take children away from loving parents. What you have to do is educate the parents. Roy Castle, a British entertainer died from lung cancer despite never having smoked. What he did do was perform for years in smoke-filled theatres and clubs. Second-hand smoke is a killer.
All the research seems to be suggesting that second hand smoke is killing a lot of nonsmokers a study was published very recently in a British Medical Journal .....I think
First smoking is bad and 2nd if you are in the same cars as the children and you smoking inside they probably will breathe it and it depends the direction of the wind