Landlords need to ban smoking

For the first time in 20 years, I am living in an apartment.

The cigarette smoke from my neighbor comes in through my window and as a result I have a scratchy throat, congested chest, etc.

Landlords and property owners should also know that they have the RIGHT to institute ANY non-smoking rules that they want and without discrimination charges can make their property completely smoke-free.

The result will be fewer fires, less turnover, less property damage and fewer lawsuits resulting from second-hand smoke. And I-901 should be amended to include apartments and condos.

Cheryl May, Redmond