Montana state troopers have been ordered to stop at least one automobile every hour, even if the driver hasn't done anything wrong. State police Col. Paul Grimstad said the stops will reduce traffic accidents and drunken driving. But officials deny the state police now have a quota system. They say troopers aren't required to actually ticket anyone.
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