Oh, I'm sorry, I meant "more on MA speeding fines"....No, I guess it was better the first way ...
See the entire story (attached) but the interesting part is "The latest funding method, sponsored by House Ways and Means
Chairman Paul Haley (D-Weymouth), changed the state speeding law fter surviving a veto by Gov. Paul Cellucci by a vote of 141-17. The Cellucci administration likened the surcharge to a broad-based tax."
This time I really do mean it, tell the Governor you do think he is doing a good job (he vetoed the bill) it's the house and the senate who passed it.