Lawmakers crack down on hosts for underage drinking, smoking
PIERRE -- The Legislature cracked down Monday on people who host or allow underage alcohol parties and on people who sell e-nicotine devices to minors.
The House of Representatives voted 60-10 to expand South Dakota's tobacco regulations to cover e-cigarettes and other devices for delivering nicotine vapor.
Meanwhile, the Senate voted 25-10 for new penalties on social hosts.
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