The New Jersey Appeals Court today upheld Kyleigh's Law, saying it is constitutional and new drivers under age 21 must have decals on their cars, according to a report on dailyrecord.com.
The law, named for Kyleigh D'Alessio, who died in a car crash in 2006 at the age of 16 in Long Valley, has been in effect since May 1 of 2010.
Donna Trautmann and Jayneann Struble first challenged Kyleigh's Law on behalf of their teenage sons. A Superior Court judge in Morris County upheld the law as constitutional and not pre-empted by the federal Driver's Privacy Protection Act, according to dailyrecord.com.
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