The DUI Pledge Drive 

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I heard on the local news that police made a million dollars from a recent DUI blitz. All of this will go back to the police for self-empowerment, and the overtime they get will enrich their pocketbooks.

Looks and sounds like extortion and racketeering to me! No better than the Mafia!

And they say we live in a free country. What a joke! This needs to stop now. (And no, I didn’t get pulled over, and no I don’t know anyone who was. I don’t drink or use drugs.)

Shirley Higley
West Valley City

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