With legislators all introducing bills for the legislative session, it can be hard for some to keep track of how something they’ve worked on is progressing.

Senator for District 12 Amy Sinclair has been able to keep an eye on a bill she drafted at the start of session though. She tells Raccoon Valley Radio it pertains to enforcing laws to try and keep people from staying in the left lane of multi-lane highways, and how it has progressed.

“That bill actually, within the first couple of weeks of session, had a subcommittee hearing. There were no protests against the bill, no one considered it a bad idea.”

Sinclair explains that the bill has also been passed by committee, and is now on the calendar to be discussed by the Senate as a whole.