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Seat Belts on School Buses – Imperative or Impractical?

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Published on May 17, 2017

Some 25 million children ride school buses every day in the U.S. and most of those buses don’t have seat belts. Amid renewed concerns about safety, a record number of states is considering legislation to change that, sparking a controversial and emotional debate. That didn’t stop the Austin, Texas, school district from fitting its school buses with the belts.




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