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Patrick signs booster seat law

Legislation requires the car safety device for children under 8

By James Vaznis
Globe Staff / April 12, 2008

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Children will have to ride in either car seats or booster seats until they turn 8 years old under a new law signed yesterday by Governor Deval Patrick that brings the Bay State into line with federal motor vehicle safety standards. (Full article: 433 words)

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