What is the right preposition for ban, in this structure? Can it be used this way at all?
...they decided to ban it from/for people...
Now, if some people are not allowed to do/have something, can we say 'we have banned it for people.'?
"Eating sugary food is banned for most diabetics".
"This movie is banned for people under 18".
"Driving is banned for those without a licence".
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