New York’s “stretch limousine passenger safety task force” was supposed to submit a report of recommended limo-safety changes to enforcement agencies by Nov. 1, 2021, but that deadline has passed. Assemblywoman Amy Paulin, who helped create the task force, drafted a new bill that’s working its way through the legislature, seeking to extend the deadline to Oct. 1, 2022. Kevin Cushing, a member of the task force whose son Patrick was one of 20 people who died in the 2018 Schoharie crash, says he hopes the wait will be worth it.

Source: CBS 6 Albany

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