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TODAY   |  August 15, 2013

Child car seat safety advocates argue for change

The government is considering imposing a change in the structure of car seats that would require both a seatbelt and a top tether instead of the standard latch and anchor-style system. Parent and child safety advocates argue that the current models are not safe for heavier kids.

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>>> is considering making car seats used by a seat belt and top tether. some parents and child safety advocates say the anchors are not suitable for heavier children.