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The “Slow Down to Get Around Bill” authored by state Sen. Donald Cookman requires motorists to slow down when passing a stopped waste or recycling collection vehicle. The governor and senator were on hand in Martinsburg today with the National Waste & Recycling Association (NW&RA) and the family of the late sanitation worker, Jeremy Tabler, whose tragic death inspired movement on the legislation.