State bill to change child car seat laws

A state bill would change the minimum age toddlers have to sit in rear-facing car seats from one to two, and local health educators say the law would just be catching up with current guidelines in the field.

Keep kids in rear-facing car seats until 2, experts say

Children are best kept in rear-facing car seats until age two or until they have reached the height and weight maximums set by the car seat manufacturer, according to new recommendations from a pediatricians' group.