Child safety seat bill moving
ST. PAUL - Minnesota children younger than 8 must be buckled in a booster seat or other restraint if a preliminarily Senate-passed bill becomes law.
Senators initially approved the proposal on a voice vote Monday, with final approval expected Thursday.
Current law requires children younger than 4 to be in a child's seat. Booster and other safety seats save injuries and money, supporters said.
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