R.I. seeks new laws for child car seats

Lawmakers in Rhode Island voted to change the rules for car seats.

The House voted unanimously to require all children to sit in rear-facing car seats until they are two years old.

The bill now moves to the Senate for a vote.

Rhode Island already requires children under age eight to use a child restraint system, like a booster seat.

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