Is wearing or not wearing a mask a statement of freedom? The ones who choose not to wear one say … my body, my choice; the government can’t mandate me to wear it. Why not the same reasoning for abortion? My body, my choice. The government can’t mandate my decision.
I’m a licensed family doctor in the state of Colorado. I strongly support the Loveland City Council voting for the comprehensive flavor ban to protect our kids from the scourge and dependency on nicotine and the harms in their lives, a comprehensive ban that is in all locations, (of) all flavors including menthol.
I’m calling to state my emphatic support of a citywide ordinance ending the sale of all flavored tobacco products including menthol, no exceptions. Ending the sale of all flavored tobacco products in all locations will help to achieve health equity in our community and protect our youth and not the tobacco industry.
I cannot believe our City Council is considering prioritizing the tobacco and vaping industry’s pocketbooks over the health of our kids. Kids use flavored tobacco in large numbers, not adults. Data shows that, which is why the U.S. surgeon general declared use rates among our kids an epidemic. Our council needs to prioritize the health and safety of its residents. That’s their job.
I would like to know if the Dominion vote system was used in the current Colorado presidential election.
Editor’s note: Yes. Dominion was the top choice of a Colorado committee that considered