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Q38: In one state, all cities and most towns have

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In one state, all cities and most towns have antismoking ordinances. A petition entitled “Petition for Statewide Smoking Restrictionâ€
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B, I think.

It seems to most directly address the fact that the actual law being promoted doesn't actually have statewide restrictions.

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[quote="nakib77"]Q38:
In one state, all cities and most towns have antismoking ordinances. A petition entitled “Petition for Statewide Smoking Restrictionâ€

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A. Premiums are out of scope
B. My pick. If there is hardly any establishment in rural areas that is open to public and if smoking restrictions in all establishments in urban areas (cities and towns) are taken care of by the existing ordinances, it makes the argument misleading as it would not achieve anything.
C. This strengthens the argument. We are asked to weaken it.
D. Out of scope
E. Out of scope

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OA is E.
Can anybody explain that..... I am simply lost here.....
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Typo? :wink:
Seriously, I can't make sense of it either!

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i don't agree with E because it is out of scope. fire hazards are not the issue here at all. is the an OE? where is this question form? My answer is B.

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