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Posted: Wednesday, January 16, 2013 5:00 pm

To The Editor:

People with disabilities who don’t use canes, wheelchairs, guide dogs, nor wear glasses look “normal” and seem to be healthy. I never thought I would use the word disabled to describe myself, but when exposed to secondhand smoke I am disabled. Ironically, places that allow smoking are equipped for most physical disabilities, but are not equipped to assist a person with a lung disability.

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