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Teen driving bill moves in Senate (access required)

A proposal to place driving restrictions on teenagers, including prohibiting them from getting behind the wheels on certain hours after midnight, stalled in the House but its backers in the Senate found a way to keep it moving. Senators approved H2033, sponsored by Rep. John McComish, R-20, on third reading today. The measure, which contains the ...

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