Bill to Increase Speed Limit Dies in Committee

March 2005
Insurance Advocate;3/14/2005, Vol. 116 Issue 6, p19
Reports on the rejection of an Idaho legislative bill sponsored by the Idaho Department of Transportation, which seeks to increase speed limits on state highways in March 2005. Scope and application of the bill; Plans to reintroduce the bill.


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