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Calls for New Ohio Law to Require Booster Seats for Older Children

For many years, Ohio has had a law requiring parents to buckle their children younger than four years old into special car safety seats.

Now, safety activists are pushing for a state law that would require older children to sit in special booster seats. Statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen reports.