The U.S. Senate unanimously approves the second child safety bill proposed by Sen. Peter G. Fitzgerald (R-IL) to encourage states to adopt mandatory booster seat laws. The bill also calls for auto makers to improve their vehicle safety features. Currently, only Arkansas, California, New Jersey, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Carolina and Washington have mandatory child booster seat laws. Studies have shown children who outgrow car seats and are too small for adult seat belts are better ...
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