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Old January 6, 2013, 12:31 PM   #5
johnbt
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" but the ability to compete in matches under current rules is laughably insignificant when talking about saving the lives of young children."

And talking about mag capacity when school buses don't have seat belts or air bags for the students seems even more laughably insignificant.

www.safeguard4kids.com/faqs.htm

"California is the only state requiring lap-shoulder belts on new buses. New York, New Jersey and Florida require lap belts on new buses. Starting in 2010, all new buses purchased by Texas school districts will require lap-shoulder belts."
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