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Do We Need a Measure Against Road Rage? [POLL]

Dennis and Judi are discussing the new measure that past yesterday that would upgrade certain offenses for road rage incidents. ‘Jessica’s Law‘ was initiated for Jessica Rodgers, a former Hamilton Township resident, was seriously injured in a vehicle where the driver was angered after being cut off.

"Jessica's Law" is named after Jessica Rogers, paralyzed from the chest down after a road rage incident in 2005 (Dino Flammia, Townsquare Media)

The car wound up hitting a telephone pole and Jessica was left paralyzed from the chest down. Where do you stand on the issue? Don’t we have enough laws? Or is this an absolute necessity to deter drivers from these type of road rage incidents? Take our poll:

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