Helmet liberty expected to spread to Tenn.
The legislation, dubbed the “Motorcyclist Liberty Restoration Act,” would allow riders 21 and older to ride without a helmet. The bill goes before key House and Senate committees starting today. A group of the state’s leading health care providers has lined up in opposition, arguing that relaxing the law will lead to more injuries and deaths and burden taxpayers.
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