Bus seat belt rule proposed by Obama administration
from Dallas Morning News
Two years after an early-morning bus crash in Sherman, Texas left 17 passengers dead along U.S. Highway 75, the Obama administration moved this week to require that commercial buses be equipped with seat belts. The proposed rule could become final as soon as this winter and would take effect three years after that. A federal requirement that commercial buses have seat belts would mark a milestone in what has been a decades-long fight by safety advocates and crash survivors to make highway bus crashes less deadly.
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