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“Prime example that the federal government is not focusing on what they need to be.”

Arizona state Rep. David Cook, regarding new rules from the U.S. Federal Highway Administration that will prohibit electronic signs with obscure meanings, including references to pop culture or those intended to be funny, such as "Use Yah Blinkah" in Massachusetts, "Visiting in-laws? Slow down, get there late" in Ohio and "Seatbelts always pass a vibe check" in Arizona. (Associated Press — Jan. 14, 2024)

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