Indiana lawmaker seeks to get around state Supreme Court ruling in an effort to ticket trains for blocked crossings
(Source: www.nwitimes.com, January 16, 2018)
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — The Indiana Supreme Court last year ruled that local police are barred by federal law from issuing $200 tickets to railroad operators when their trains block street crossings for longer than 10 minutes. Now state Rep. Carolyn Jackson, D-Hammond, believes she has a solution that could pass court muster.
Full story: www.nwitimes.com
Wednesday, January 16, 2019
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