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Policing for profit. Opposing laws don't pass constitutional muster?

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posted on Apr, 7 2015 @ 07:05 PM
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ST. LOUIS • The Missouri Municipal League plans to argue Wednesday before the state’s top court that a law cracking down on the revenue-raising practices of municipal courts doesn’t pass constitutional muster. But with reform efforts still under consideration in the Legislature — with a hearing the same day on one such measure — it’s unclear what impact an eventual court ruling may have. The so-called Macks Creek Law limits what municipalities can raise through ticketing and sends any excess to the state for education spending.


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policing for profit, fun stuff. When will we say enough to all these taxes and policing for profit. Will they ever be satisfied with the blood they squeeze from our stones.





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