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PBS NEWSHOUR

Why Rise in Motorcycle Deaths Hasn't Meant Tough Helmet Laws

  • Aired: 06/19/2012
  • 07:58
  • Rating: E
More and more states are repealing and relaxing helmet laws, even as the death toll continues to rise from motorcycle accidents. Judy Woodruff interviews Rick Schmitt, a reporter for Fair Warning.org on the subject.
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