MONTGOMERY, Alabama - Governor Robert J. Bentley speaking before a crowd of 200 people at a local tractor show said that he will be putting his foot down in regards to road rage.
The governor said that this problem has been going on for way too long in Alabama and it has become a downright nuisance.
He stated that he has his personal secretary presently working out the paperwork details for The Alabama Anti-Road Rage Act of 2014.
The governor said that he decided to implement the act due to the fact that in Alabama just about everyone in a vehicle or truck carries some type of firearm, be it a pistol or a rifle.
He explained that he recently saw FOX News do a piece on Alabama road rage and he hated it. He said it made the wonderful citizens of the wonderful state of Alabama look like the modern day version of the Hatfields and McCoys.
Governor Bentley stated that as of April 8, 2014 anyone involved in an act of road rage will be arrested and put in jail for 8 days.
He said that upon a second offense the individuals will be fined $17,000 and put in jail for 19 days.
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