Today, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is holding a day-long public meeting in Washington on the issue of putting seat belts in school buses. The session comes on the heels of a study by Columbus Children's Hospital, which found thousands of Ohio children are injured each year in school bus accidents.
Doctor Gary Smith directs The Center for Injury Research and Policy at Children's. He tells WCBE's Mike Foley the study results reinforce the need for seat belts in school buses.
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Columbus, OH – A recent study shows arts and cultural events in Columbus generate more than 300 million dollars in the region each year. Greater Columbus Arts Council President Bryan Knicely talks about the results of a study conducted by Americans for the Arts.