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No-helmet bill fails in Tennessee

A bill that would have allowed motorcyclists to ride without a helmet was shot down in a Tennessee Senate committee this week.

State Rep. Cameron Sexton sponsored a bill that would have allowed riders to go without a helmet, pending they had taken a safety course and increased their insurance to cover medical costs in case of a crash, WSMV-TV reported.

Sexton says he may submit another no-helmet bill next session. To read more and see a video from WSMV, click here.

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