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A Bill Essay, Research Paper Mock Congress Bill In the House of Representatives Representative introduces the following bill, which was referred to the committee on January tenth twenty thousand and one.

A Bill Essay, Research Paper

Mock Congress Bill

In the House of Representatives

Representative introduces the following bill, which was referred to the committee on January tenth twenty thousand and one.

Section One: Cigarettes are killing the uneducated youth. This bill is targeted towards the youth and protecting them against making the terrible decision to smoke. This bill will change the amount of smokers because the bill is going to make cigarettes less a part of society and make them less desired.

Section Two: Every year cigarettes kill more Americans than were killed in World War 1, the Korean War, and Vietnam combined: Nearly as many as died in battle in World War 2. Each Year cigarettes kill five times more Americans than Traffic accidents. Lung cancer alone kills as many as die on the road. The cigarette industry is peddling a deadly weapon. It is dealing in people?s lives for financial gain. (Federal Drug Administration) The cigarette companies are deal ling the lives of lived ones for financial gain. The Tobacco industry doesn?t just want your money it wants you life. The more death is has to announce is another way the cigarette word gets around. The cigarette company is ruthless when it comes to the lives, the more smokers, the more money.

The youth replace the 1,200 people that die each day from smoking. Each day more than 3,000 young people become regular smokers- more than one million new smokers each year, 90 percent, which are going to be children. (Teen Smoking. Ayer, Eleanor H. 1999) The Federal drug Administration has proved the harmful life long effects of smoking and yet the educated youth still continue to smoke. The cigarette companies need 1,200 smokers to replace the others that die each day. The youth is they.

Smoking ads are put up mostly promote smoking in people 21 and younger they portray an image that are easily involuntarily picked up by children. The ads promise glamour, sexual attraction, athletic prowess, success, independence, sophistication, maturity, all in all perceived privileges of grown-up ness. (Ibid) Smoking ad?s need to be banned because the Adults that are faithful smokers could care less about ads they are loyal to a certain brand. Cigarette companies try hard to keep cigarettes visible in movies, on television, public places, restaurants, and sporting arenas. Smoking must be portrayed as socially acceptable, if not desirable, basically a rightful decision and an individual choice in a free society.

Teens who smoke are three times more likely than nonsmokers to use alcohol, eight times more likely to use marijuana, and 22 times more likely to use cocaine. Smoking is associated with a host of other risky behaviors, such as fighting and engaging in unprotected sex. Http://about.com This statement doesn?t state that of you smoke you do cocaine, but smoking leads to a very curious experimental stage and a lot of kids think that smoking along with a lot of other harmless drugs are non-addiction.

More than 600 ingredients can be used legally in tobacco products, but as innocuous as some of these seem, such as sugar, vanilla, cocoa, oil of clove stems, chlorophyll, prune juice, vinegar, menthol, caramel, and the effects become more deadly as they burn. (Ibid)

A cigarette now has been altered from just tobacco to sticks with 600 other additives and now is their even enough room to put tobacco in them. Cigarettes have 600 legal additives in them.

Secondhand smoke kills approximately 3,000 people per year and 1,114,000 people are subjected to secondhand smoke at home.

When a cigarette is smoked, about one-half of the smoke generated is side stream smoke. This form of smoke contains essentially all of the same carcinogenic (cancer causing) and toxic agents that have been identified in the mainstream smoke inhaled by the smoker, but at greater levels. More than 4,000 individual compounds have been identified in tobacco and tobacco smoke. Among these are about 60 compounds that are carcinogens, tumor initiators, and tumor promoters. (Ibid)

Section Three: Be it enacted by the Senate and the House of Representatives of the

United States of America in Congress assembled in this act are entitled

to ?Protect our youth from the use of tobacco?

* Beginning Jan 1, 2002 the smoking age is going to rise. The smoking age will then be 21 and make it so that there is an easier detection to tell age.

1. Beginning Jan 1, 2002 the law is going to include a rule against selling without looking at Identification. That is even if somebody looks 21 they are still to be carded, everyone gets carded, even a 80 year old man on his death bed.

2. Beginning Jan 1, 2002 Cigarettes are only to be sold at specialty store and the stores need to be at least 50 miles apart.

3. Beginning Jan 1, 2002 There are to be no ads in magazines, billboards or commercials on television.

4. Beginning Jan 1, 2002 Cigarettes are to only be smoked in the privacy of your own house, or the privacy of others homes.

5. Beginning Jan 1, 2002 Cigarettes are to be added to the D.A.R.E. (Dare to keep kids off Drugs) program and kids are to be educated just as much as drugs as cigarettes.

6. Beginning Jan 1, 2002 Cigarettes are to be sold in colorless packages that have no identification on them but the simple name printed in black plain ink.

7. Beginning Jan 1, 2002 Cigarette prices are to be raised a dollar and that extra dollar is to be donated to the National Lung Cancer Association.

Mock Congress Bill

In the House of Representatives

Representative Lisa M. Bowes introduces the following bill, which was referred to the committee on January tenth twenty thousand and one.

Section One: Cigarettes are killing the uneducated youth. This bill is targeted towards the youth and protecting them against making the terrible decision to smoke. This bill will change the amount of smokers because the bill is going to make cigarettes less a part of society and make them less desired.

Section Two: Every year cigarettes kill more Americans than were killed in World War 1, the Korean War, and Vietnam combined: Nearly as many as died in battle in World War 2. Each Year cigarettes kill five times more Americans than Traffic accidents. Lung cancer alone kills as many as die on the road. The cigarette industry is peddling a deadly weapon. It is dealing in people?s lives for financial gain. (Federal Drug Administration) The cigarette companies are deal ling the lives of lived ones for financial gain. The Tobacco industry doesn?t just want your money it wants you life. The more death is has to announce is another way the cigarette word gets around. The cigarette company is ruthless when it comes to the lives, the more smokers, the more money.

The youth replace the 1,200 people that die each day from smoking. Each day more than 3,000 young people become regular smokers- more than one million new smokers each year, 90 percent, which are going to be children. (Teen Smoking. Ayer, Eleanor H. 1999) The Federal drug Administration has proved the harmful life long effects of smoking and yet the educated youth still continue to smoke. The cigarette companies need 1,200 smokers to replace the others that die each day. The youth is they.

Smoking ads are put up mostly promote smoking in people 21 and younger they portray an image that are easily involuntarily picked up by children. The ads promise glamour, sexual attraction, athletic prowess, success, independence, sophistication, maturity, all in all perceived privileges of grown-up ness. (Ibid) Smoking ad?s need to be banned because the Adults that are faithful smokers could care less about ads they are loyal to a certain brand. Cigarette companies try hard to keep cigarettes visible in movies, on television, public places, restaurants, and sporting arenas. Smoking must be portrayed as socially acceptable, if not desirable, basically a rightful decision and an individual choice in a free society.

Teens who smoke are three times more likely than nonsmokers to use alcohol, eight times more likely to use marijuana, and 22 times more likely to use cocaine. Smoking is associated with a host of other risky behaviors, such as fighting and engaging in unprotected sex. Http://about.com This statement doesn?t state that of you smoke you do cocaine, but smoking leads to a very curious experimental stage and a lot of kids think that smoking along with a lot of other harmless drugs are non-addiction.

More than 600 ingredients can be used legally in tobacco products, but as innocuous as some of these seem, such as sugar, vanilla, cocoa, oil of clove stems, chlorophyll, prune juice, vinegar, menthol, caramel, and the effects become more deadly as they burn. (Ibid)

A cigarette now has been altered from just tobacco to sticks with 600 other additives and now is their even enough room to put tobacco in them. Cigarettes have 600 legal additives in them.

Secondhand smoke kills approximately 3,000 people per year and 1,114,000 people are subjected to secondhand smoke at home.

When a cigarette is smoked, about one-half of the smoke generated is side stream smoke. This form of smoke contains essentially all of the same carcinogenic (cancer causing) and toxic agents that have been identified in the mainstream smoke inhaled by the smoker, but at greater levels. More than 4,000 individual compounds have been identified in tobacco and tobacco smoke. Among these are about 60 compounds that are carcinogens, tumor initiators, and tumor promoters. (Ibid)

Section Three: Be it enacted by the Senate and the House of Representatives of the

United States of America in Congress assembled in this act are entitled

to ?Protect our youth from the use of tobacco?

* Beginning Jan 1, 2002 the smoking age is going to rise. The smoking age will then be 21 and make it so that there is an easier detection to tell age.

1. Beginning Jan 1, 2002 the law is going to include a rule against selling without looking at Identification. That is even if somebody looks 21 they are still to be carded, everyone gets carded, even a 80 year old man on his death bed.

2. Beginning Jan 1, 2002 Cigarettes are only to be sold at specialty store and the stores need to be at least 50 miles apart.

3. Beginning Jan 1, 2002 There are to be no ads in magazines, billboards or commercials on television.

4. Beginning Jan 1, 2002 Cigarettes are to only be smoked in the privacy of your own house, or the privacy of others homes.

5. Beginning Jan 1, 2002 Cigarettes are to be added to the D.A.R.E. (Dare to keep kids off Drugs) program and kids are to be educated just as much as drugs as cigarettes.

6. Beginning Jan 1, 2002 Cigarettes are to be sold in colorless packages that have no identification on them but the simple name printed in black plain ink.

7. Beginning Jan 1, 2002 Cigarette prices are to be raised a dollar and that extra dollar is to be donated to the National Lung Cancer Association.

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