2022 Legislative Session Ended:
SB 1510 now prohibits officers from stopping vehicles with busted safety lights
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The 2022 Legislative Session has ended, with many lawmakers voting to prohibit law enforcement officers from stopping vehicles with busted headlights, taillights, or brake lights.
However, some improvements were made to crowd control restrictions after the legislation that was rushed through in 2021 was found to be massively flawed.
The Legislature's next Regular Session is in February 2023.
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