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    Hide Tobacco Products, says Mayor Bloomberg.

     

    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     The New York City Council on Wednesday is set to take up a proposal by Mayor Michael Bloomberg to ban tobacco displays in stores. It would require retailers to hide tobacco products from view.

    DaElmersBack has iReported before about Bloomberg's regulations: 'As an American citizen it is disappointing to see so many attempts to control ... First Bloomberg tried to restrict the size of soft drinks and now he wants to hide tobacco. What is next? Do we hide condoms and alcohol too? Isn't education the real answer?'
    - hhanks, CNN iReport producer

    Where does Mayor Bloomberg keep getting these ideas from? Does he really believe hiding items will deter the youth of today from trying or using them? I think his idea about hiding tobacco is really far fetched. I don't think hiding tobacco will help anything.

     

    Should we hide condoms and alcohol too? Don't kids think that is a normal activity too? Do you think hiding items will make kids more curious to try these items?

     

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