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Davis Skinner, 5, settled into her booster seat, hugged her stuffed bear to her, and smiled.
"She's used to being in there," said her mother, Jennifer Skinner. "She likes riding in it."
Now that the new Booster Seat Law has gone into effect, all children falling within a certain weight and height category will also have to get used to riding in a booster seat.
Recent legislation, effective July 15, requires that children under 7 years of age and between 40-50 inches tall will have to ride in a booster.
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