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Americans take pride in knowing they live in a democratic country that ensures freedom but how true is this assumption What exactly is freedom today and how does it affect us The Websters English Dictionary defines freedom as The state of being able to act without hindrance or restraint liberty of action The truth of the matter is that America is not a completely free nation Every year new laws get passed that are intrusions on our daily lives One law which I strongly disagree with is the smoking ban New York residence can no longer smoke in bars restaurants offices and covered outdoor patios The government should not have the right to tell independent businesses how to operate Although second hand smoke is harmful it is my choice to go to a place where smoking is permitted People go to a bar to relax and have a good time but now smokers would rather stay home where they dont have to step outside every fifteen minutes This is causing a huge problem for bar owners as profits are dropping A bar owner in New York City Claims that the new law messed with her bars groove and business is down forty percent Haughney A03 Another freedom that has recently been taken away is the ban on hand held cell phone usage in the car In theory some accidents are caused by people talking on their cell phones but statistics are scant regarding cell phone safety Kilgannon 14Ll1 Most people dont normally drive with two hands on the wheel anyway so it shouldnt matter what is in that extra hand Cell phones are only one distraction from driving like eating or smoking That is why it is absurd to single them out as a major problem The drinking age is yet another restriction on the American lifestyle At the age of eighteen a person has the right to vote buy cigarettes and go to
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