This Stinks: Nev. Bill Would Ban Air Fresheners, Candles

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    This Stinks: Nev. Bill Would Ban Air Fresheners, Candles | The Blaze

    I work in a a building where deodorizers are as necessary as light. What say you?
     
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    methinks a protest is in order

    what say we all hide those air fresheners up our a*s, and let homeland security figure it out?

    everyone wins!
     
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    Methinks the Lysol people gave money to the other candidate.
     
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    well, they've been hammering the public side forever>

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    How does one define a public place, according to this bill? If it is only governmental public places, then there probably wont be an issue. If they try for places like stores and resturants then they may run into problems. Bed Bath and Beyond, for example would not be able to function in Nevada. On the church front, the law would fail a first amendment test the second it hit a court.
     
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    It looks like it would cover all of the above. I've never met anyone with a chemical sensitivity. I don't imagine its that prevalent. What is far more prevalent are stinky people. How about a ban on them?
     

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