No more secondhand smoking for kids.

#1 No More Smoking In Cars With Children

The law, that becomes effective on October 1, is to protect children from secondhand smoking. The fine for driver and smoker is up to $80 each.

#2 Thousands Of Chemicals

According to the Department of Health, when a child breathes in secondhand smoke, they breathe in thousands of chemicals, just like the smoker does. This puts them at risk of serious conditions including cancer, bronchitis, and pneumonia. And it can worsen asthma.


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