Wednesday, March 14, 2007

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and Johnson & Johnson Company "rent seeking" efforts now seek to eliminate your property rights at home

Emboldened by the success they've achieved in circumventing the property rights of small business owners while eliminating the jobs of employees in the hospitality industry thru smoking bans. The unethical pharmaceutical nicotine industry now moves on to what they hope will increase alternative nicotine product sales at an astronomical "rent seeking" pace.

As proof, below is a funding grant by the Nicoderm backed RWJF to city officials in Portland Maine. Guess which city will be proposing a smoking ban in the home?

Active Grants
Tobacco Use & Exposure

Eliminating smoking in rental housing units

Grant Detail:
$74,901, (awarded on Dec 1, 2006, starting Dec 1, 2006 ending Dec 31, 2007) ID# 59343

City of Portland

389 Congress Street

Portland, ME 04101-3509(207) 874-8449

Contact Information:
Tina H. Pettingill M.P.H. (Project Director)
Phone: (207) 874-8449

Pro-smoking ban activists and complicit lawmakers have created an unstoppable corporate welfare monster which no longer is bound to adhere to any private property rights. Your property rights are free for the raiding, and many lawmakers are only too happy to oblige.

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