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New York / Seat Belt Law #299657

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jan 01, 1985
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(Studio) New York's new seat belt law noted to be effective today.
REPORTER: Charles Kuralt

(NYC) Details of seat belt law given. First person to be cited under law out-of-state resident. [VT resident Bettyjean SHUFELT - comments.] [New York DRIVERS - comment.] Media blitz associate with law noted; public service announcement shown. Similar law in Britain cited. [British DRIVERS - comment.] [New York motor vehicles commissioner John PASSIDOMO - comments.] Upcoming seat belt law in New Jersey and considerations of such laws in other states mentioned. [New York state police spokesperson Donald CHESWORTH - says law won't be method of harassment.]
REPORTER: Steve Young

Kuralt, Charles;
Young, Steve

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