Indiana State Senator Randy Head on changes addressing the three siblings killed in front of a school bus

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Brittany Ingle, the mother of three children fatally struck while crossing a northern Indiana highway to board their school bus, listens as her husband, Shane Ingle, speaks at a news conference at the Indiana Statehouse in Indianapolis on Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2019, backing a move for tougher penalties against drivers who pass buses with extended stop arms. (AP Photo/Tom Davies)

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Indiana State Senator Randy Head joins John Williams to explain what’s being changed in Indiana, to prevent another tragedy like that in which three children were killed at once by a reckless driver passing a school bus. That includes renaming charges like an infraction to a misdemeanor.


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