Doctor ahead of vote on new national law: 'Smoking is not so bad'
Campaigning started on Monday over an anti-second hand smoke initiative that’s up for a vote next month. And as usual the pro and con factions are trying to persuade voters with ads and posters in railway stations and other public places. And then there are the interviews with experts like Dr. Marcel Zaugg of the Swiss Tobacco Lobby. His slogan? “Be Free: Vote for Smoke.” But as WRS’s Jordan Davis reports the most colorful character of this campaign isn’t what he seems: