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Pennsylvania Police Can Now Use Radar

Bill Allowing Local Police To Use Radar Approved By PA Senate

HARRISBURG, PA – Lawmakers in Pennsylvania are moving forward on a proposal that would allow local police to use radar to target speeding drivers. The Senate on Tuesday approved legislation allowing municipal police to utilize radar for speed enforcement. Senate Bill 607, sponsored by Senator Mario Scavello, will now move forward to the House.

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