Impatient drivers who try to sneak around stopped school busses could soon be caught in the act.  The state senate passed a bill that would allow school districts to put cameras on their busses.  The districts would have to let drivers know they're being watched by posting signs on the bus and by putting the information on their websites.  

Those busted for driving around the bus with its lights flashing and its stop sign out would pay 150-bucks for the first offense and 500-bucks every time after that. 


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