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(KSL News) Liberty Park was the place to be today to raise awareness for breast cancer.
The American Cancer Society hosted a five-mile walk this morning to raise support for two bills. One would ban smoking in the car if children ages five and younger are present. The other is for a new license plate that would give money to breast cancer research.
Zack Groutage, with the American Cancer Society, says, "We made this card for everyone to sign. We're going to take it up to the Capitol Hill and show our legislators that we support these bills."
The group hopes to present the card and a petition to the legislature in November or January.