Local health departments would have more power to control smoke shops and e-cigarette shops ccc instead of relying on the state for enforcement ccc under legislation OK'd by the Utah House.
Members voted 61-1 Tuesday for HB370, and sent it to the Senate.
Rep. Brad Last, R-Hurricane, said his bill would require smoke or vape shops to obtain licenses from local health departments ccc besides the tobacco licenses they already must obtain from the Utah Tax Commission, and business licens
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