If you could change one law, what would it be?

Asked by Andy Boyd

December 4, 2012

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Brett Goda

From Mission Valley (Attorney)

I would do away with speed limits. I would like everywhere to be 85 miles per hour and select derestricted zones. Also, I’d like to put signs on every freeway ever that say “slow traffic keep right.”

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Tony Mance

From Bay Park (Financial Advisor)

Because I’m a financial advisor, I would probably change the law that limits the amount of money that people can put away as an estate tax exemption.

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Jean Bellon

From Kensington (Stocker)

I would like to make it legal to smoke marijuana for anyone over 18. Weed does really great things for people, both those who need it medically and those who enjoy it recreationally.

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Ana Alvarwx

From Normal Heights (Shipping/Receiving)

I think I would like to be able to smoke cigarettes closer to doors. I don’t want to have to finish early on the street when I’m about to go someplace.


Homony Dec. 7, 2012 @ 2:48 p.m.

Tony Mance wants more tax deductions to increase his sales, but I want the elimination of investment deductions, and a revised tax system as I say on my site. (Is this too serious for U?)


Ken Harrison Dec. 9, 2012 @ 6:33 a.m.

The law in our vehicle code, left over from the 1930s, that still requires buses to stop on railroad tracks, to look and see if a train is coming.


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