Utah students could see crackdown on vaping
Utah students may be facing a new crackdown on vaping on school grounds.
State Representative Susan Pulsipher has proposed a bill that would allow teachers and administrators to confiscate e-cigarettes, vape pens and other vaping devices found on campus.
But instead of returning the devices to students or parents, the South Jordan Republican wants to allow educators to destroy the devices to keep them from being used again.
The Interim Education Committee has approved the bill, meaning the full House can take up the measure when it convenes in January.