It’s a new rule in the U.S. where you are prohibited from smoking in bars and restaurants.
Nowhere else in the world is this rule enforced.
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) is filing a lawsuit against New York City to challenge this ban, and is seeking a permanent injunction that would keep it in place for at least the next decade.
The ban has been around for years and is the only state in the country that prohibits smoking in parks, public parks, beaches, and other public places.
New York is one of the largest cities in the nation and has more than 300 million people.
The city also has strict regulations on smoking in the subway system and its sidewalks.
In the lawsuit, the ACLU argues that the ban violates the Fourth Amendment and the equal protection clause of the Constitution.
The law would require anyone who smokes in public to wear a mask, or a mask that covers his face, eyes, and mouth.
The lawsuit also argues that smoking in these public places would be dangerous and a violation of their First Amendment rights.
If the ban is upheld, it would have the effect of preventing people from having their constitutional rights respected in the privacy of their homes and workplaces.
The new policy was passed after New York city became the first city to enact a ban in the mid-1990s.
According to the New York Times, the law allows police to ban smoking in certain areas such as bars and places where alcohol is served.
The ACLU says the law is unconstitutional because it violates the right to free speech.
In its lawsuit, ACLU says it has seen no evidence that the bans are being enforced.
In a statement, the New Jersey Attorney General’s Office told The New York Daily News that it will be reviewing the suit.
“This lawsuit is based on the assumption that the City of New York has the authority to regulate and ban smoking and that it is a violation that is illegal.
We will have no further comment until we review this case and make our ruling,” said spokesman Christopher Wiegert.