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Smoking bans have been often represented as a financial panacea by the forces of prohibition. Junk economic studies based on projections and fantasies have been produced to support the false assertion that prohibition is good not only for health, but also for economy. Overwhelming everyday news demonstrate the opposite. Smoking bans are a financial disaster, do not decrease the smoking habit and they are, once again, based on outright fraud.


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