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I get the political reality and necessity and I'm not against it per se (the point being that its important to find the level that actually gets people to stop doing the thing they shouldn't be doing). I just fail to see the difference between getting a ticket from a police officer vs. a camera and why one deserves a higher fine over the other.

Because in that case why not argue to keep fines where they are but increase them if an MPD officer pulls you over?

by drumz on Nov 19, 2012 2:41 pm • linkreport

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