Calif. students attend hearing for their proposed school-zone law

04/22/2014 | Modesto Bee (Calif.), The

Natalie Rios and Wendi Salpa, seniors from Madera South High School in California, were to attend a hearing on a law they proposed that aims to reduce school-zone traffic incidents by enforcing extra fines for violations. The students' proposal won state Sen. Anthony Cannella's "There Ought to Be a Law" contest. "Both Natalie and Wendi made very valid points in their submissions about reducing the risk of accidents in high-traffic areas around campuses by implementing stricter laws," Cannella said.

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