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2007 law against smoking cigarettes in public closed spaces was an enormous success. This has prompted tougher restrictions of smoking even. Where there are protests stating that would impinge upon the basic freedom of the population and the justification of banning smoking in cars without children, Martin Dockrell, the director of plan at the anti-cigarette smoking group ASH and among the authors of the statement stated That injustice is totally outweighed by the current injustice of the harm that’s done to kids. Banning cigarette smoking in parks and other areas where children congregate will be a gross overreaction. Public speaks up A survey last year has come up with surprising outcomes saying that 75 percent children whose parents smoke in vehicles want them to avoid. More than 75 percent adults in another survey said that they would want a ban on smoking cigarettes in outdoor areas where kids frequent like parks and playgrounds.