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As for those who question "Isn't there anything more important for police to be doing, like drug enforcement; chasing murderers; etc...?"

Sentiments on enforcement of certain modes aside, in the general picture: traffic safety is a far more relevant & frequent risk to the public than drugs and others crimes. At a statisical level: drugs & other crimes are really quite small; we just feel they're a bigger risk because they're outside of our sense of control- they pull at our emotions more.

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