The state legislature may soon declare that those who set up housekeeping by driving slow in left lane of a freeway may be soon be forced to pay a stiff fine for doing it.
Left lane slow pokes are said to be the number one trigger for road rage – a point not lost on state lawmakers. A bill authorizing $160 ticketing of “left lane blockers” has made it through the House and it’s expected to breeze through the Senate and on to Governor Brown’s desk for signature.
Here’s the story in The Oregonian. Click here.