Saturday, April 2, 2011

A local bar owner is going to court to fight Michigan's smoking ban saying it has hurt his business

Boyd Cottrell bought Sporty O'Tooles bar in 2009 after 23 years as a Detroit Police Officer. He says he thought is would be a good investment for his retirement and at first business was great.

But last May when the state's smoking ban took effect, business dropped dramatically.


But, we were told that bans are good for business! Uh huh.

A local bar owner is going to court to fight Michigan's smoking ban saying it has hurt his business

Thankfully, Boyd Cottrell is not alone in the fight to restore freedom of choice in the state of Michigan:

The PPPRM will be there to support bar owner, and retired Detroit Police Officer Boyd Cottrell as he fights for everyone's right to decide. To stand-up for private property rights, and the Constitutional rights we all once had in this state.


Please visit the Facebook page (link below) created by created by
The Protect Private Property Rights in Michigan Movement in support of Boyd Cottrell and show your support.

The Little Guy Fights Back- Private Property Tobacco Use Ban Stands Trial

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