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Tobacco Should Be Illegal Why isnt tobacco considered a drug When the facts are reviewed tobacco produces all of the effects of a drug although isnt recognized as one What makes tobacco different from any other drug Among the many effects of tobacco on the body includes the ability to be addictive and cause numerous cases of cancer Unfortunately tobacco is not recognized as a drug even though it has the main effects of any illegal drug found in society Such as marijuana heroin and crack Why do people enjoy cancer sticks a common nickname given to cigarettes as a result of their cancer causing ability As a non-smokerI find it very difficult to see what people find so appealing about smoking My opinion is that it smells and that tobacco should be made illegal due to its effects Not to mention it contains the drug known as nicotine which like other drugs is addictive and causes cancer Tobacco companies often get hit hard for their distribution of tobacco products because of their advertising Many commercials billboards and magazine ads make smoking appeal to children and teens They do this by showing young care-free people having the time of their lives with friends drinking beer playing football or meeting people who are attracted to tobacco-smoking Tobacco companies use this type of advertising to lure a younger crowd because many of them do not know any better and they are easily attracted to something that is made to look like fun Even if you do not smoke tobacco you are directly affected by any individual who smokes in the vicinity of you Second-hand smoke has been found to be more cancerous than actually smoking a cigarette This is a big factor that has been discussed in the matter
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