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Burlington City High School Students Continue Fight For Antwan's Law To Reduce Speeds On Route 130

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BURLINGTON, N.J. (CBS) -- Students at Burlington City High School continue their fight for Antwan's Law to reduce speeds on Route 130 in front of the school. The students held a rally Friday, forming the words "sign it" on the school's grounds.

They are trying to gain the attention of Governor Phil Murphy, and hoping he signs the legislation.

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The New Jersey General Assembly passed Antwan's Law, but a 45-day deadline for the governor to sign it is drawing near.

Seventeen-year-old Antwan Timbers was struck and killed while walking near the school in 2016.

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