Thursday, July 17, 2008

No Smoking Anywhere: Tough New Law in Kenya

By Theresa Tamkins

Kenya has enacted a tough new smoking rule, which bans smoking on the street and in parks, markets, bars, private homes, and private cars. That’s right: If you’re not lighting up in one of the country’s designated smoking zones, you’re not smoking at all—unless you want to risk imprisonment (up to three years) or a fine of up to $43,000, according to the BBC.
Being an ex-smoker, I tend to give the nicotine-addicted more sympathy than scorn and rarely complain about secondhand fumes. But even I thought, Hmm, wouldn’t that be nice? Read More

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