New Jersey Contemplates First-Ever Pet Seatbelt Law
Dogs and cats are being thrust into the distracted-driving discussion; fines for unrestrained animals would be $250 to $1,000.
Oh NO! There is a cop behind me, an attractive person on the sidewalk, a great old car, flashing billboards and the list goes on for things that distract us. How much government control is truly needed? Every time we turn around we are allowing government to increase their revenues by punishing ourselves, we can not address every persons desires, because no one can agree on where to draw the line! Government keeps growing by enacting these laws.
Typical government bs - waste time on crap instead of dealing with the important issues.
Is this really about people and pet safety or are they simply trying to find a slick way increase state revenue my guess is revenue.
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