November 6 - November 12, 2016

Several towns in New Jersey have been adding a thin blue line paint between the double-yellow center lines on roadways to show they value the work of police officers. What do you think of this practice?


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It’s a simple gesture that doesn’t cause any harm, especially when services and materials are donated and don’t cost taxpayers extra. 66%
It’s not a safe practice; drivers expect consistency in pavement markings, so this unfamiliar blue line could be too confusing. 34%


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Comment from Bob Dahlstrom, (11/7/2016, 8:54 AM)

Painting on public property should be non-political.


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