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Nathan's Legacy Foundation, Inc
Nathan's Legacy Foundation, Inc
We are painfully aware that no law can prevent each and every accident, never the less, we are dedicated to making sure that something positive comes from Nathan's death.

What we have learned since has been deeply troubling. Every school day, thousands upon thousands of cars drive around stopped school buses. In Virginia alone it happens about 600,000 times a year, according to one study. A New York study found that 50,000 times a day drivers didn't stop for a school bus that was letting children on or off.   In Mississippi, approximately 3,000 to 5,000 times a day someone passes a stopped school bus illegally.
As a result, 17 children -- most of them under age 8 -were killed in 2009 year while getting on or off a school bus, according to a national survey by the Kansas State Department of Education .

This madness has to stop.  For the sake and safety of other children, we must take action to help prevent this type of event from ever happening again.

On July 1, 2011,
"Nathans Law" went into effect in Mississippi.  After almost two years of fighting to get it passed, it finally happened. 

It's our prayer that something positive will come from such a senseless tragedy. We hope that Nathan's life and death will serve to inspire safety reforms all across our country.

Perhaps then we will be able to see God's purpose, even in our heartbreak. To that end, we have started “Nathan’s Legacy” a non-profit organization.
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