Originally Posted by Teresa Edgerton
Since first hand smoke from illegal substances is already a concern, worrying about second hand smoke seems a bit superfluous. And efforts are being made to prevent people from driving cars with faulty emissions equipment. It's not like these things are being ignored.
The effort put into the campaigns are on a totally different level. The campaign against illegal substances has been virtually non-existant since the 80's. To my knowledge, there has never been a campaign in schools or in advertisements to increase awareness about breaking air pollution emissions laws. It is not about health but rather who is a minority of voters; implementing programs to reduce alcohol, marijauana, reckless driving, and gross air pollutors would affect too many voters in a way that they would find unpleasant.