State Lawmaker Takes Another Shot At Law To Make Driving In Winter Safer

A state lawmaker is re-introducing a bill to make driving safer in wintry conditions. The bill would require all motorists to clear snow and ice from the top of their vehicles before taking to the roads. It's known as "Christine's Law," named for Christine Lambert who was killed on Christmas Day 2005 when a chunk of ice flew off a truck and slammed into her vehicle, killing her instantly. The bill passed the Senate unanimously last session but fell short in the House.