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Indiana Idling Restriction Proposal For Cars Draws Ire

March 22, 2005

LAWRENCE, IN — In the town of Lawrence, which sits on the northeast side of Indianapolis, a proposed ordinance would forbid car drivers from idling their cars in the morning to warm the vehicles up, according to The Indianapolis Star as reported by Land Line Magazine.The ordinance, according to the newspaper report, was designed to prevent cars from being stolen while they are idling.
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