Reitz-Back’s New Law To Protect First Responders On Roadways

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Distracted drivers will face harsher penalties for not abiding by Scott’s Law under a new law supported by state Rep. Nathan Reitz, D-Steeleville. “Previous state law already required motorists to move over and slow down for emergency vehicles stopped with their lights activated, but it was clear that more needed to be done as distracted …

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