(UNDATED) - Hoosier smokers may notice their cigarettes burning a bit differently next month.
Starting July 1, a new law will require that all cigarettes sold in Indiana be "fire safe."
Unlike traditional cigarettes, the new fire-safe smokes will burn out more quickly when left unattended and are designed to cut down on the number of smoking-related fires.
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