Gov. Mike DeWine has signed into law a piece of legislation sponsored by two local state representatives.  House Bill 30, sponsored by Wooster’s Scott Wiggam and Loudonville’s Darrell Kick, restructures Ohio’s current law to improve the lighting and reflective material requirements on animal-drawn vehicles, such as Amish buggies.  Specifically, the bill requires certain animal-drawn vehicles to have a yellow flashing lamp mounted on either the upper-most portion of the rear of the vehicle or on the top of the vehicle at all times.  According to data provided by the Ohio State Highway Patrol, three of the top four counties in Ohio for vehicle versus buggy crashes during the last five years are Wayne, Holmes and Ashland, with Wayne County sitting atop that list.