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Ever wonder where cities get their authority to implement traffic laws? In Missouri, the state legislature has passed multiple statutes related to traffic. One statute, 304.010, sets out maximum speed limits and penalties, and grants authority to cities to set … Read the rest
Since 2001, Missouri has been paying millions in penalties for its refusal to obey a federal law prohibiting passengers in moving vehicles from drinking alcohol. The state’s open container law has cost Missouri $275 million that could have been used … Read the rest
The City of Columbia, Missouri, is considering passing a bill that will ban texting while driving for drivers of all ages.
Currently, there is a statewide rule that prohibits texting for drivers 21 years old and younger. If passed, the … Read the rest