Sheridan, WY – A group of Sheridan county legislators will try to get a graduated driver's license bill passed this year. It would mean teenagers would have to drive with several restrictions until they're 17 years old. Kate Taylor does education on graduated licenses in Sheridan county. She says the community is behind the idea because 13 youth from the area have died in car accidents over the last two years. Taylor maintains that at least seven of those young people would still be alive if a graduated driver's license program was in place.