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Nevertheless, is important to highlight that there are two different opinions in the country regarding to the law that ban smoking. On one behalf, for some of the smokers, this law is against their rights and they consider that if they smoke is not because it is a trend but an addiction and addictions are illness; so, they consider that their rights are violated. And, on the other behalf, people that do not smoke: the passive smokers think that they have the right of being in a smoke free environment and this is part of their right to health. In my opinion, these kinds of laws are important to prevent some illness that have a high price to all the Costa Ricans and for me it is important to support these initiatives that help the country to become a best place to live. With this law we are helping the smokers to overcome their addiction, even when they are not aware about it and, more important to that, we are taking some measures to avoid cancer and, as a consequence, we are preserving the life. Picture achieved from:

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