Nebraska lawmakers consider traffic safety measures

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Posted: Monday, February 11, 2013 12:00 am

LINCOLN (AP) — Motorists and passengers who ride without using seat belts could face $100 fines in Nebraska and might even see their insurance rates increase if a bill in the Legislature becomes law.

Nebraska lawmakers are considering a series of traffic safety measures this year that would impose hefty fines on seat belt violators and make it easier for police to stop drivers.

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