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Maryland Senate gives seatbelt bill preliminary approval

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ANNAPOLIS -- All passengers in a motor vehicle would be required to wear a seat belt under a bill given preliminary approval by Maryland's state Senate on Wednesday. The bill repeals an exemption that allowed minors under 16 years of age to be belted in with another child. It would prohibit minors under age 16 from sitting in the back seat of a vehicle if they're not wearing a seat belt --...

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