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New bill proposes double fines for drivers who pass school buses

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New bill proposes double fines for drivers who pass school buses

New bill proposes double fines for drivers who pass school buses

State Representative Adrian Zika recently filed a bill to &apos;double fines for those drivers who pass school buses illegally.

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