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Wisconsin participates in national child passenger safety week

In order to push people to abide by child safety restraint laws, the entire state of Wisconsin is recognizing national child passenger safety week.

The Wisconsin law requires that children ride in the appropriate car seats for their age and weight. Children under 20 pounds and younger than the age of 1 are required to sit in a rear-facing seat. Children between the ages 1 and 3 and ranging in weight from 20 to 40 pounds should sit in forward-facing seats and children under 8 should be in booster seats.

Police are reminding people that fines are given if an adult is found not following these laws. The fine could range from $150 to $260.

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