Lax seat belt law hurts Md. highway safety rating, advocates say

WASHINGTON - Highway safety in Maryland could be improved with tougher seat belt laws, an advocacy group said Tuesday. The state needs to pass legislation requiring back seat passengers to wear seat belts, according to the Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety. Under current law, not wearing a seat belt while riding or driving a vehicle is a ...

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