Jessica Miller | January 23, 2012
A recent inspection from the Indiana Excise Police Found more Hoosier businesses are turning away minors trying to by tobacco products. The inspection found that just over four percent of businesses checked in Vanderburgh County failed to turn minors away and were fined as consequence. Excise Police say it’s a good step in getting tobacco away from minors before they get addicted. Marina Pointe employee Shelby Bartholome says it might be illegal, but she sees plenty of minors trying to buy tobacco products, but she says the store has a strict policy.