Late Tuesday, one mother's hard work from the last two years paid off in a big way. Bonnie Raffaele, whose daughter Kelsey was tragically killed in an accident in 2010, got to see "Kelsey's Law" signed by Governor Rick Snyder. The law, which affects teen drivers in Michigan, prohibits the use of cell phones while driving. I had a chance to talk to Bonnie this afternoon about Kelsey's Law and what it means to her. Check out the interview after the jump.
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Traverse City doesn’t go to sleep in December. Instead, it becomes a magnet for skiers, snowmobilers and snowshoe hikers who consider this one of the country’s most beautiful winter destinations – and for visitors who know that this is the best time to sample its cozy indoor hideaways, tempting cuisine and vibrant music scene.
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