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Credit: the.Official / photo on flickrCredit: the.Official / photo on flickrA Grand Rapids, Michigan, TV station has found that a number of cities in that state have not been following state law in setting their speed limits. Lawmakers say they plan to pass a law to force those cities to obey the law.

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  • Fist of Etiquette||

    A Brickbat concerning roads? Now I've seen everything!

    Speed traps are the bread and butter of every local municipality's budgeting. Who is the state to take that away?

  • dantheserene||

    No one in the article mentioned revenue generation. Talk about the elephant in the room.

  • Steve G||

    And if that law doesn't do it, we'll pass another one, and another!

  • A Cynic's Guide to Zen||

    According to breakthrough local journalism, Michigan municipalities have not been Nothing to see here!

  • LarryA||

    Texas passed a law in 2003 telling cities and counties they can't prohibit licensed handgun carry in government buildings. The Legislature just (effective 9/1/2015) got around to passing a "This Means You" bill establishing penalties for violation of said law.

    Last night on the 10 p.m. "news" there was a "Licensees will be able to carry GUNS in San Antonio City Hall! OMG!" story.


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