Michael Miller, 44, does what most people who smoke do to guard his sons and daughter from the fumes of his Marlboro Ultra Lights. He takes it exterior. After his 7 a.m. espresso, he walks out of his dwelling in Cincinnati to smoke his first cigarette of the day. Then, as a department supervisor of a street security building firm, he smokes dozens extra on road curbs. The tobacco by no means seems when Miller is teaching on the baseball or soccer subject, or when he is within the automobile along with his kids. But when he is alone on the street, he typically rolls the home windows down and lights up. “I know [cigarettes are] bad,” Miller stated. “I …

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