House kills bill requiring reflective bike clothing
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — North Dakota’s House has killed a bill that would require bicycle riders to wear reflective clothing at night.
The House defeated the bill 83-9 on Thursday. It sought to require cyclists to wear a “reflective vest or other visible reflective clothing” from sunset to sunrise when on a public road.
The measure says cyclists who failed to wear reflective clothing at night faced a $25 fine.