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Seat Belts, Genealogy, Riparian Rights Feedback

Investigations into recent car accident fatalities have revealed the occupants weren't wearing seatbelts. We ask why - after 30 years of seat-belt laws - there are still those who don't buckle-up. Genealogist Terry Punch takes questions about your family history. And your thoughts on Riparian rights.
 

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