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Last January, in an attempt to lower the number of traffic f [#permalink] New post 13 Jul 2018, 11:09
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Last January, in an attempt to lower the number of traffic fatalities, the state legislature passed its “Click It or Ticket” law. Under the new law, motorists can be pulled over and ticketed for not wearing their seat belts, even if no additional driving infraction was committed. Lawyers and citizens groups are already protesting the law, saying it unfairly infringes on the rights of the state’s drivers. Law enforcement groups counter these claims by stating that the new regulations will save countless additional lives.

Which of the following inferences is best supported by the passage above?

(A) Prior to the “Click It or Ticket” law, motorists could not be stopped simply for not wearing a seatbelt.
(B) The “Click It or Ticket” law violates current search and seizure laws.
(C) Laws similar to “Click It or Ticket” have effectively reduced traffic fatalities in a number of states.
(D) The previous seat belt laws were ineffective in saving lives.
(E) Law enforcement groups, rather than citizens groups, should determine how to best ensure the safety of motorists.
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Re: Last January, in an attempt to lower the number of traffic f [#permalink] New post 19 Jan 2019, 20:21
Any explanation please?
Re: Last January, in an attempt to lower the number of traffic f   [#permalink] 19 Jan 2019, 20:21
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