attempt to keep teens out of their cars in the early morning hours
died in committee as the Arizona Legislature closed its session
for this year.
would have made it illegal for teens to be behind the wheel from
1 a.m. to 5 a.m. and would have required them to take a state-approved
driver’s education course to get a license. The proposal would have
required at least 24 hours of time in the classroom and 6 hours
of professional instruction behind the wheel.
bill had been before the Rules and the Natural Resources and Transportation
committees. It was held in that committee earlier in the session
and never emerged.