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    Question: Are sniffing whiteout and magic markers illegal?

    Answer: Inhaling toxic vapors is commonly referred to as 'Huffing' and it is against the law in Arizona.

    It is against the law to knowingly breathe, inhale, or drink a vapor-releasing toxic substance. Common things that fit this definition are glue, spray paint, gasoline, etc.

    There are also regulations regarding the sale of inhalants. Using or selling these substances is regarded as a class 5 felony or a class 1 misdemeanor depending on the seriousness of the offense. (ARS 13-3403).

    Also see more information on this topic under substances in the LawForKids.org Laws section.

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    On 05/29/09
    HnM from AL said:
    On 05/29/09
    H N M from FL said:
    you shouldn't inhale and huff things. its bad 4 u! we are doing a thingy in skewl about huffing and it kills ur brain cells immediently and u can die from it
    On 05/14/09
    buben wang from TX said:
    is it illegal in texas?
    On 10/30/08
    Jhaz from MD said:
    Yea. I know that I inhale vapors such as white out, or the king sharpies. But it just smells good! i dont do it to get high. I just love the smell. I know it is bad but I cant seem to stop.
    On 10/08/08
    Danny from FL said:
    Well today at school I wasn't dared or anything by a friend, but I wanted to know what it was like. But instead of sniffing or 'huffing' it I placed a dot on my tounge and swallowed it. It wasn't the brush one's it was the pen one. Now I'm being harrased by teachers and everything saying I'm taking drugs, and my mom is very disapointed in me. That same day I crushed and swallowed one short piece of a lead pencil lead. I'm afraid something's going to happen to me, since I fell asleep all through fifth period, and had a major headache during sixth. Anyone got some answers?
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