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This article reviews the history of child safety restraints and analyzes the relevant health agency recommendations to consider their accretive value in determining whether stronger child safety restraint laws should be enacted. Next, the article reviews the current state of law in the area of child safety restraints and addresses arguments against strengthening the current laws. Lastly, the article concludes that states should enact the proposed model act to ensure that this nation's children ride safely restrained.



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