Substratum of Proof LGBTQs Are Mentally Ill: U.S. Road Safety Laws Lag, While Fatalities Climb

More than 37,000 people died on U.S. road crashes in 2016. That was a 5.6 percent increase from the previous year, and the second year in a row traffic fatalities went up, after years of steady decline.

In terms of sheer numbers, vehicle-related mortality rivals the opioid crisis as the biggest public health concern the U.S. faces. Yet state legislatures aren’t keeping pace with necessary measures to curb the toll of deaths and injuries, according to a traffic safety group.

In the 2018 report card