Why a small change in law could create danger for students
from The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
A dozen words have stirred panic among the people responsible for keeping Georgia children safe when they're going to and from school. A phrase that state lawmakers inserted into a 15-page traffic measure in the waning days of this year's legislative session will muddy the law about stopping for school buses while they're loading and unloading, school officials warn. They credit the current law, in place for decades, with saving an untold number of young lives, though legislators say it needed clarification.
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