A measure in the Washington legislature would make it a traffic infraction to smoke while driving in a car with minors. Under House Bill 2086, smokers who light up a cigarette, a pipe or a cigar in a moving or parked car with a minor inside would face a fine. The fines start at $125 for the first infraction, violations after would be $250. What do you think: do you think adults should be fined for smoking in the car with kids? Or is it their business what they do in a private vehicle? Leave your comments below.
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