Billionaires Donate To Anti-Smoking Drive

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L.A. Bans Fast Food

The Los Angeles City Council passed a one-year moratorium on new fast-food establishments opening in South Los Angeles where 30 percent of the...
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Billionaires Donate To Anti-Smoking Drive

Former Microsoft CEO Bill Gates and New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg are pledging $500 million to a worldwide anti-smoking campaign. What do you think?
  • "Gates and Bloomberg should know they're attacking the only source of comfort for Microsoft users and Knicks fans."

    Bob Linck
    Systems Analyst
  • "Unfortunately, that is exactly how much I planned to spend on cigarettes this year."

    Lindsay Esposito
  • "That's certainly not going to help Bill Gates' nerdy reputation."

    Dan Connors
    Construction Worker
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