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Both parties recognize the Democrats' scam
Topic - Michael Siegel
Mayor Michael Bloomberg is seeking to regulate tobacco-less electronic cigarettes, three tobacco-related bills submitted to the New York City Council reveal.
"The public is going to just think of us as these zealots who want to ban smoking everywhere," he said. "It's going to make it even harder to pass legitimate smoking regulations in states that don't currently have them."
With such strict bans, the tobacco-control movement may be in danger of losing its credibility, Siegel said.