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Civil Liberties

House Bill 330 - Qualified Immunity for Auto Accident

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Civil Liberties

House Bill 330 - Qualified Immunity for Auto Accident

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Drivers who hit protestors with their cars would not be liable for injuries
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Last update
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June 12, 2017
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This bill would protect drivers who hit protestors with their cars would not be liable for injuries if they "exercise due care." The bill sponsor reports that the bill does not allow people to intentionally target protestors.

Those who oppose the bill cite constitutional concerns and laws that already protect drivers from liability if someone runs out into the road in front of their car.

Current Committee
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Operations and Rules of the Senate
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Passed House
Senate sponsors
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No sponsors for this bill
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