Congress proposes bill to prevent kids from dying in hot cars

The death of a three-year-old in Florida this week - apparently of heat stroke - is drawing new attention to the problem of children left alone in motor vehicles on hot days.

Such cases continue to happen nationwide, especially in Texas.  No other state has had more children die in hot cars this year.

Washington bureau reporter Alberto Pimienta tells us what Congressional leaders are trying to do to prevent these tragedies.

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