'Click It Or Ticket' Now Applies To Your Cats & Dogs, NJ Residents Face $1,000 Tickets If Pets Not Locked In HarnessChris | InformationLiberation
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Revenue extraction has reached a new frontier.
First, New Jersey announced they will be extracting revenue from citizens who dare to walk and text at the same time by issuing them $85 tickets.
Now, people who do not "buckle up" their cats and dogs in special harnesses will be issued tickets for up to $1,000.
Via Yahoo News:
There's no activity many dogs love more than hanging their head out an open car window, but a recent revelation of a New Jersey law that makes having an unbuckled pet in your car a violation carrying up to a $1,000 fine has opened a fresh debate about how humans should drive with their best friends.Don't worry, it's all for your safety.
Of course, god forbid you don't pay these fines, then you'll find out how police "protection" really works.