A Democratic lawmaker in Nevada has introduced a bill that would outlaw air fresheners and candles in public places, the Associated Press reported. But some critics said the proposed law goes too far - and would even prohibit priests from using candles in Mass.

Democratic Assembly Paul Aizley, from Las Vegas, presented his bill Monday. It would set restrictions on pesticides, fragrances, and candles to accommodate people with "chemical sensitivities."

Opponents are raising quite a stink, the AP reported.  They argue that the bill would prohibit candle light dinners --- and weddings. From a very practical standpoint, others argue that air fresheners are a necessity in public bathrooms.

But supporters said air fresheners cause headaches and asthma attacks.

Listen to this report from Fox News Radio's Todd Starnes: