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By: Erica Byfield
1. At least 62 fewer deaths.
2. Almost four hundred less spinal cord and traumatic brain injuries
3. A minimum saving of nearly $40-million over 10 years in the states Medicaid budget.
4. Additional $11- million in federal funding for safety improvements on state roads.
Some out of towners couldn’t believe Kentucky just adopted this law. "We’ve had that in England for 20-30 years it should be law," said Boyce Stetson. "And people here are using their mobile phones when driving and that should also banned... it's banned in England," added his wife Jeanne.
These recent changes are music to Robert McLemore ears; he has his grandson to worry about. "Because it's their safety, they have got to grow up too so if we don't watch after them they won't grow up," he said.