Miami is taking a definitive stance on public health by implementing a ban on smoking at all its parks and beaches.

This initiative, spearheaded by Commissioner Manolo Reyes aims to create a cleaner, healthier environment for residents and visitors alike.

Effective on June 4, the ordinance prohibits the consumption of tobacco, cannabis and the use of electric cigarettes, leaving no room for compromise, per NBC Miami.

The motivation behind this ban is rooted in the desire to safeguard the well-being of individuals who frequent these public spaces. City beaches and parks are cherished retreats where families gather and children engage in …

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