SEAT BELT BILL

Primary seat belt bill defeated in North Dakota House

BISMARCK, N.D. (KVRR/KCND) – The North Dakota House has defeated a measure that would have made North Dakota‚Äôs buckle-up law primary, meaning drivers could be pulled over for not wearing a belt. The law is currently a secondary offense, which means drivers would have to be stopped for another reason. Republican Rep. Jared Hagert of Emerado was among those who…