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Writer: Hard to enforce laws they break themselves

Wayne Armitage writes:
I think it would be hard for the police to enforce the same traffic laws they break themselves. I was coming home one night and in front of me I saw a police cruiser blow a stop sign. He was behind a car that was completely stopped. Because no one was coming he felt he did not have to stop. Drivers pull out in front of others on a regular basis all around Columbia. If you are driving on the by-pass I see drivers speed up to get through the yellow light. It turns red long before they get to it. - Wayne Armitage
Comments re article 57101 Observed three incidents of bad driving coming to town today



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