San Fran bans smoking inside private apartments and condos, unless it’s weed

(CNN) — Smoking is set to be banned in San Francisco apartments, with one exception: weed. The San Francisco Board of Supervisors voted 10-1 Tuesday to ban smoking tobacco in apartments, but made an exception for cannabis.

The ordinance is an effort to protect residents from secondhand smoke. With its passage, smoking is prohibited inside buildings with three or more apartment units. But medical weed and “adult-use” weed are allowed, the ordinance states. Violators could face a $1,000 fine.

Smoking is already illegal in common spaces but this ordinance extends to inside apartments and condominiums. HERE

3 thoughts on “San Fran bans smoking inside private apartments and condos, unless it’s weed

  1. Expanding government, at every level, has always had as it’s ultimate goal the control of each individual and everything you do. Just like the face burkah. It’s all of a piece. We’re there and the globalists are drooling. What’s worse is the only ones more giddy are the poofs and marxists running faux church. They’re all in.

    Ignoring Our Lady of Fatima (and thereby her Son) has consequences – big ones. The Virgin herself at Fatima warned that, if her requests were not heeded, Russia would “spread her errors throughout the world, causing wars and persecutions of the Church. The good will be martyred, the Holy Father will have much to suffer, various nations will be annihilated.”

    Here we are literally weeks away from President Trump possibly having to declare martial law, or succumb to the coup that signifies the end of what’s left of baby murdering, sodomy loving America. Even if by some miracle the coup fails, the rot in this country stinks up to high heaven. Eradicating the filth of grave sin codified into our very law and culture will take an act of God. That act of God was offered to all nations at Fatima.

    As Miss B. and Mark often remind: stay confessed.

    And ending on a good note: a time of struggle and turmoil is the perfect setting for a fruitful Advent, as we await the birth of the King.

    And as our Lady also said, “In the end, my Immaculate Heart will triumph.”

    Indeed it will. Thank you, dear Mother, our Queen.

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