- Kathryn Patterson
Georgia on the Road To Keep Cars Smoke-Free
Last week, the Georgia State Senate passed Senate Bill 130, the "Smokefree Cars for Children Act". Basically, if a person under the age of 15 is a passenger in a car, no one is allowed to smoke in the car. The car's driver is held responsible for enforcing this, and if found guilty, would be charged with a misdemeanor and possibly fined up to $100.