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Passing A Stopped School Bus May Cost More Money

Fines may be headed higher for passing a stopped school bus. 


The Illinois House approved a bill to double the fine for passing a bus with its stop arm extended. The fine would increase to $300 and repeat offenders would pay more than three times that. Republican Rep. Darren Bailey says he hopes the higher fines result in stronger deterrents. 



The bill heads to the senate for action. 

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