Conn. students seek smoking ban in vehicles carrying children

04/27/2014 |

A group of Connecticut high-school seniors is calling upon state lawmakers to pass a law that would prohibit smoking in cars in which young children are passengers. Students reviewed other states' anti-smoking laws and connected with state lawmakers to spread the word about their proposal. While the students said it is unlikely the bill will pass this legislative session because it is too late to introduce a new bill, they hope other students will continue working on the project.

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