I keep asking myself if this thread is even real. This ''by-law'' issue is almost beyond comprehension. [smiley=lolk.gif]Originally Posted by czesc
like I explained earlier, "by-laws" are municipal (city) laws that we have here in canada... i'm sure you have them in the united states as well (or wherever you are from I guess I shouldn't assume that you are from the US)... anyways... here are some basic examples of what a bylaw would be like in the united states...
im assuming street parking times may differ from city to city even in the same state ?
are there some states where smoking in bars is permissible in some towns and not others ? for example in NYC i know you can't smoke inside bars and nightclubs anymore but what about rural new york?
those would be the equivilant of by laws...[/quote]
Oh, of course, of course. I'm well aware of what a by-law is, it's just the fact that there's some actual political push from something as, in my eyes, inocuous as a banning on fragrance that blows my mind. I just don't want to believe it ... this sort of issue speaks more on society and its so-called principles as opposed to the actual issue itself.