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Relating rolling and fire is like linking cooking daily at home with fire, smoking cigarettes with fire accidents. So why on first case we stop cigarettes? why just all these small scale laws to make it look like the government is looking to reduce smokers?

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Such problems are common for everything. In that case gas stoves and other fire based cookers should be banned all across the country

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I live in Minnesota and I don't believe there is a place here that you can have someone else roll your cigarettes. I can understand how it can be a fire hazard to have these machines and not have them be regulated.

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