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30 years of child passenger safety laws

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30 years of child passenger safety laws

This year marks 30 years since Minnesota first passed its child passenger safety laws in 1982. That year, less than 20 percent of the 11 infants (ages 0-3) killed in crashes were known to be properly restrained in a child safety seat and only 22 percent of the 387 injured were restrained.

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