WASHINGTON, March 23 (Reuters) - A prominent U.S. advocacy group called on Tuesday for tougher child endangerment laws and stiffer enforcement against those who drink and drive with children in their vehicles, noting such drivers kill hundreds of young people. Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) cited federal health statistics showing that nearly 70 percent of 2,335 children who died in alcohol-related car crashes between 1997-2002 were riding in a vehicle with a driver who had been ...
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