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A widow's goal: 'If you kill someone with your car, it should be a felony'

FARGO--Amy Miller Hawkinson says the turning point in her grief over losing her husband to a distracted driver came a few months back while visiting the crash site--now a memorial--with its white "ghost bike" perched near where Dave Hawkinson was...

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Amy Miller Hawkinson talks about losing her husband in an accident involving a distracted driver. She is partnering with another victim's family, along with a legislator and safety activist and is working with the ND DOT on raising awareness through driver’s education.David Samson / The Forum
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