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Introduced Senate Bill (S)

DIGEST

Smoking in a motor vehicle with a small child present. Provides that a person who smokes in a motor vehicle while a child less than six years of age is a passenger commits a Class B infraction. Provides that a person who is convicted of smoking in a motor vehicle while a child less than six years of age is a passenger and has committed the same offense three prior times during a 12 month period commits a Class A infraction. Smoking in a motor vehicle with a small child present. Provides that a person who smokes in a motor vehicle while a child less than six years of age is a passenger commits a Class B infraction. Provides that a person who is convicted of smoking in a motor vehicle while a child less than six years of age is a passenger and has committed the same offense three prior times during a 12 month period commits a Class A infraction.