JCLifer, you are rocking the JC oil cartels boat. An extra dime a gallon times tens of thousands of gallons a year is a nice bonus going to the cartel's cheif members. That is how they roll here in town. Nobody will talk about it, but hey we need a convention center. How about asking the gas suppliers for some money to build it.
Good for Mr. Vignola and good for MSHSAA, It sounds like they both did the right thing. For these sheeple who keep wanting to get rid of rules, how is that working for us? We are becoming a society of lawlessness and it starts at all of these lower level things. I don't really want to stop at the stop sign, and at the capital they try to pass laws about speed traps by law enforcement instead of respecting these rules. Judges who drink and drive and then get their job back. Humm, right is wrong and wrong is right.
Yes every individual should work out their own deal for employment, what a joke. I was at a company that did that before. The suckups bring the boss a slab of bacon or help them move on a weekend and guess what, I would find myself doing my job and theirs both the next week while they somehow got free days off. No thanks. That is not the individual bargaining I care for to do my job.
So Columbia and Jefferson City officials have guaranteed bankrupt American Airlines a no loss revenue stream. Where is this guaranteed money to this huge company coming from. Hopefully the mayor's of these 2 fine cities will use their own money to back this guarantee up.
Why is this law just for highway workers and police. Are not Doctors, Construction workers Plumbers or anybody else pulled over on the side of the road just as important? How about extending the move over law to people slowing down traffic in the passing lane?
If they are going to do this just make it a law that vehicles have to move over for any vehicle on the side of the road. A broken down iron worker or nurse or librarian or any other profession is not any less important than a MODOT worker or a policeman. And how about ticketing vehicles loitering in the passing lane as part of the "Move Over" law while they are at it.
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