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YOUR SOUTH FLORIDA

1-on-1 w/ State Rep. Emily Slosberg

  • Aired: 08/11/2017
  • 06:41
  • Rating: NR
By July 2017, 29 children have died of heatstroke in the U.S. after being left alone in a vehicle, including a one year old boy in Delray Beach. Surprisingly, FL law allows a child to be left in a car unattended for up to 15 minutes. Boca Raton State Representative Emily Slosberg joins us to discuss how she’s working on changing this law as well as her fight to end distracted driving crashes.
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Boca Raton State Representative Emily Slosberg joins us to discuss "Hot Cars."
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