NEW YORK -- A Long Island mother who has been fighting for 15 years for a law in her daughter's memory finally got her wish Wednesday.
Angelica's Law, named after Dawn Nappi's daughter, passed in the Senate.
Angelica was killed in a crash in 2008 after a driver with seven license suspensions blew through a red light.
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Angelica's Law would make it a felony to drive with five or more suspensions instead of the current ten.
The bill now heads to Gov. Kathy Hochul's desk for her signature.
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