Nebraska official proposes changes to driving laws
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) -
Nebraska's Highway Safety Administrator is eyeing at least two proposals designed to improve driver safety. Fred Zwonechek says one would apply to texting while driving. The other would make it a primary offense for drivers and front-seat passengers to not wear seatbelts. Current Nebraska law considers driving without a seat belt a secondary offense. That means motorists can't be cited unless they're already being cited for another violation.
The lawsuit states the commission violated state law in making its decision, and destroyed the economic value of the Belle's license when they selected Sioux City Entertainment.More >>
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