Homegrown Tobacco In Brooklyn

Homegrown Tobacco In Brooklyn
Innovation

As taxes increase and more anti-smoking laws are created, one smoker in Brooklyn has decided to make her own cigarettes.

Don Michael Acelar De Leon
  • 28 february 2011

The New York Times has recently reported that some Brooklyn residents are now growing their own tobacco, instead of spending money on commercially available cigarettes with high taxes. Whether to save money, develop a personalized flavor, or make a statement against anti-smokers, the movement toward homemade cigarettes raises issues on smoking rights, coercion of behavior, and equality on the smoker’s end.

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