House:
ADJOURNED 'til Thursday at 11 a.m. (Informal)
Senate:
ADJOURNED 'til Thursday at 11 a.m. (No Calendar)

MASSACHUSETTS TRAILING ON SEATBELT USE, OUI PREVENTION, OFFICIALS TESTIFY

Transportation Secretary Stephanie Pollack urged passage of the Baker administration's road safety bill Thursday, telling lawmakers the state needs to "move with urgency toward zero deaths" from highway incidents. [Photo: Sam Doran/SHNS]

National and state leaders urged passage of a Baker administration bill to improve road safety at a packed legislative hearing Thursday, arguing that Massachusetts needs to more strictly enforce seat belt use and crack down on handheld device use in order to save lives.

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