What's the ACLU sticking their noses into something that doesn't concern them. These illegal's are NOT AMERICANS and so that don't deserve any help (other than shipping them back to their home land) or guidance. If they have committed a crime here then they will do the time here and then be deported back to their own country. While in jail their family will be deported so that they will be home when they get out of jail.
You know the only true way to go "smoke free" is for the government to put tobacco on the illegal drug list and make it a felony like smoking MJ.
After doing that, you now have 3500+ farmers who have to change their money crop for them to survive.
Or the government could fund a rehab program and pay for everyone who shows up to take the program.
People have to want to quit smoking for them to really quit. I quit after 45 years because I am helping my granddaughter to be raised in a smoke free home.
She is why I quit and I haven't had the erg to have a cigarette in over 18 months.
You know that the only way this country will be "Smoke Free" is make tobacco an illegal drug like MJ and when you do that you'll put 35,000 tobacco farmers out of business. If you make all smokers take stop smoking program and the federal government funded it, people just might quit. The farmers could start growing other products to make a living from.
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