Governor Paul LePage vetoed the bill 'Taylor's Law' last week, however the State Senate voted 23-11 against the governor's veto. 'Taylor's Law', LD 737, the bill looked at barring intermediate licenses from carrying passengers except under certain circumstances. The bill would also provide decals that could be placed on vehicles of intermediate drivers.

The bill is named after 15-year-old Taylor Darveau who died in an October 2013 car crash being driven by a 16-year-old with an intermediate license.

Governor LePage said that he vetoed the bill because he feared the sticker would alert criminals that an 'alone and young' driver is present.

The override effort now moves to the House, where two-thirds vote is needed for the bill to survive.

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