- Report: #113864
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Complaint Review: State Of Maryland
State Of MarylandAnnapolis, Maryland U.S.A.
State Of Maryland health rip-off causing asthma failure to warn of asthma disease Annapolis Maryland
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I went to work there and within 3 months came down with asthma, and was made to quit. The building was built without regards to health or asthma. Just like row houses in Baltimore with their close-nit back alley parking streets where asthma causing exhaust is inhaled each morning.
Never was there any sort of warning, nor is there any warning from state builders or leasers of this here property concerning asthma. Also no matter how much I complain to lawyers this topic is off-limits. Asthmatics don't stand a snow balls chance in hell. Car asthma from tailpipes has gone without government warnings, and without compensation to any victims.
After witnessing newly created and formed tobacco millionaires by politicans, I wonder now if it really was tobacco or tailpipes causing cancer? And how or why they would accuse tobacco over tailpipes which are of such higher concerns, magnitudes, and fortunes regarding health, war and defense matters. Surely the tailpipe is the king of all evils regarding bad health, bad fortune, and global disaster.
Why won't our politicians achknowledge this and pass it on. Why has it been left up to me?
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 10/20/2004 01:28 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/State-Of-Maryland/Annapolis-Maryland-21401/State-Of-Maryland-health-rip-off-causing-asthma-failure-to-warn-of-asthma-disease-Annapoli-113864. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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