HEBER, Utah (ABC4 News) – A Utah school has vaping detectors in its bathrooms to catch students using vaping devices. And on Capitol Hill, a representative’s bill aims to create more resources and education for Utah students. Forty-five students at Wasatch High School were caught vaping devices in the school’s restrooms since the school year began. The detectors – which were installed in the high school’s bathrooms last year – are designed to catch students breaking the law.
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