A bill sought by the mothers of two children killed by a reckless driverwill soon become law. The Iowa Senate this morning approved changing Iowa law so those convictedof vehicular manslaughter will not be allowed to post bond in order to befree while appealing that conviction. The bill’s on its way to the Governor,who’s expected to sign it. Senator Andy Mc-Kean, a republican from Anamosa,says the measure is a tribute to Michele Cerveny and PaulaNissen — the mothers whose children were killed in an accident in LinnCounty. Mc-Kean says it’s an example of grassroots effortat work.Vehicular Manslaughter involves driving a car recklessly or causing a deathwhile driving to elude a police chase.
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