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Smoking Out Candy Thieves

Posted 01-11-2018 at 12:03 PM by switchtoecig
Updated 01-11-2018 at 12:12 PM by switchtoecig


Dear readers, I can see the future in which everybody is allowed to eat nothing but a prescribed soylent green. Or else. And I'm afraid, with each passing day or bill, our soylent green era is coming closer to our everyday reality.

From cluttered and not easy to read WCPO site: Indiana Bill Would Empower Companies to Test And Fire Employees for Using Tobacco

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Senate Bill 23, which Brown (Liz Brown, Fort Wayne Senator) sponsored, would repeal a portion of the state code that prohibits employers from attempting to control their workers' tobacco intake outside of the job.

If the so-called "smoker's bill of rights" is no longer law, businesses would be able to withhold health coverage from smokers, refuse to hire them or even fire existing employees based on tobacco use in their free time.
Powers Of Senate here (further in the text: POS) and all kinds of lower level bodies, like local councils (further in the text: LOCOs) have been playing this prohibition game with tobacco products for quite a while. First they magnified the effect of second hand smoking to reach the skies. Now, they can fire you if you smoke even outside of your work place.

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    How bout you pay your own health ins. instead of your employer.
    Jim
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    Posted 04-26-2018 at 03:21 PM by Copymutt Copymutt is offline
 

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