Bolingbrook family successfully advocates for stronger consequences for distracted drivers
BOLINGBROOK – Residents and elected officials gathered at Bolingbrook’s Builta Elementary School Aug. 20, preaching a simple, thought-provoking message: distracted driving costs lives.
State Rep. Natalie Manley (D-Joliet) emceed the press conference as fellow legislators and families torn apart by Distracted driving shed light on new regulations regarding future implications of wreckless and distracted driving.
Manley detailed Illinois House Bill 2585, an act imposing stricter penalties for distracted driving accidents, and House Bill 1345, which memorializes the victims of distracted driving fatalities with roadside signs.
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