Speak UP Radio「 最後です 」( The Final Episode ) Vol.220
This is the last ever episode of Speak UP Radio. Thank you for 4 years of listening and support. This is the end of Speak UP Radio but it isn't the end of MJ and Adam.

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レアジョブ英会話 Daily News Article Podcast
レアジョブ英会話 Daily News Article Podcast
San Francisco Reverses Ban on Smoking inside Apartments
The local government of San Francisco reversed its decision to pass an ordinance that bans cigarette smoking inside apartments. Last December, the majority of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors voted to ban cigarette smoking inside apartments, saying that nonsmoking tenants should be free from secondhand smoke. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more than 41,000 deaths are caused by exposure to secondhand smoke, while more than 480,000 people die from cigarette smoking every year. Cigarette smoking is already illegal in communal spaces in residential establishments. Under the ordinance, smoking will also be prohibited inside private rooms in buildings with three or more apartment units. Violators would be educated by the Department of Public Health on how they could manage their smoking habits, but repeat offenders would face a $1,000 fine every day. However, they could never be evicted from their homes. Despite its good intentions, the ordinance prompted debate among its supporters, the supervisors, and apartment tenants. After a second reading a week later, six of the 11 officials voted to have the ordinance reviewed again. Some officials who were originally in favor of the ban said that they reconsidered their decision after hearing public concerns about the ordinance. Those who oppose the ban said that it infringes on their rights to do what they want inside their own homes. However, advocates of the ordinance, including its author, Norman Yee, argued that prioritizing the well-being of non-smokers is more important than the rights of smokers.
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