Throw out the statistics.
Throw out the logic.
It’s time for a good, old fashioned debate just about election time.
A study conducted by the University of Kentucky shows that second-hand smoke is quite prevalent in public places in Bullitt County.
Probably no big shock.
However, when communities get upset when government leaders save them money by hiring a single sanitation contractor, what would be the reaction if they imposed a smoking ban in restaurants, bars and other entertainment venues?
We are about to find out.