October 2012
Boise Weekly;10/17/2012, Vol. 21 Issue 17, p9
The article focuses on a debate that took place on October 22, 2012 in Idaho between the state government and various vehicle associations regarding the limitation of speed for passenger vehicles and trucks on Idaho's highways.


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