The Washington Times reports that legislators in Annapolis are again discussing a law that would make it a crime to smoke in a car that has passenger that’s eight or younger in it. Under the bill, smoking in a car with a child in it would be a primary offense, meaning that police could pull you over for that reason alone.

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