It's nice to know that if smokers have to take the fall, the anti-smokers can go right down with us.
This week, the Ohio Department of Health released the details of its SmokeFree Workplace Act
, which will have go before the General Assembly. The beauty of this bill is not that it calls for fines of up to $2,500 for businesses, but that it also calls for $1,000 fines for people make false reports.
That's right. If you have a vendetta against your ex-boyfriend bartender and you try to rat him, you can get lit up for $2,500 for the second false claim. That should keep the rats at bay. -- Denise Grollmus