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Proposed Measure Would Allow Members of Congress To Use Blue Lights

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Last Updated on April 5, 2019 1:18 pm

A measure introduced in the North Carolina Senate on Wednesday would allow members of Congress to use a blue light on their vehicles in the performance of their official duties.

Senate Bill 618, which passed the first reading in the Senate on Thursday, says that a vehicle used by a member of Congress with a special U.S. Representative or U.S. Senator registration plate would be eligible to use a blue light. 

Sponsors of the bill are Senator Floyd B. Mckissick, Jr. (D-Durham) and Senator Danny Earl Britt, Jr. (R-Columbus). 

The measure has moved on to the Committee On Rules and Operations of the Senate for further review. 

 

Proposed Measure Would Allow Members of Congress To Use Blue Lights

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