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Don't Smoke 'em if You've Got 'em

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The new year brings new regulations in 31 states that Moms need to know about.

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What you may have been doing legally earlier this week is now punishable by law. In fact, a whopping 31 states unveiled new rules to live by in 2008, according to a USA Today report.

•In California. it's now illegal to smoke in a car if a minor is inside. (And in July, expect to be stopped if you're chatting on a cell phone while driving.)

•Drivers under 18 are ordered to stay off the cell phone in Oregon. And Washington says no text messaging behind the wheel.

•Same-sex unions are now A-OK in New Hampshire, and Oregon's offering same-sex couples new domestic partnership procedures.

•And good news for travelers, airlines now must provide passengers fresh food, water, air and clean restrooms any time an aircraft is stuck on a tarmac for three hours or more.

•If you're a new parent in South Carolina this year, the law now requires you to watch a video on the risk of shaking infants and the importance of knowing child CPR.


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