January 17, 2011 at 6:00 pm in INFORUM
BISMARCK North Dakota lawmakers want to crack down on the more than 2,300 college students in the state who have used fake IDs.
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Straight up Mickey Mouse Legislation! Most establishments are requiring their servers, doormen, and bartenders to attend a Server Training class, taught by a member of the Fargo PD. Part of this training is to identify illegal identifications. This is not a new concepts been going on for years, not just in Fargo, but across the state.
Mr. Tim Flakoll, do you think the PD has time to follow up on 2300 fake idsâ€™? or the money to prosecute 2300 students? Besides, the majority of underage drinking occurs at house parties, not in the local watering holes.
I want to propose a Bill. It will be Bill#420000689897. If youâ€™re a state rep and you propose more than one bogus bill in a year, you will be reprimanded, fired, let go, sent back to the streets, etc.
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Speak quietly! They might bring back the party patrol!!
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I got hit with that @ house warming gathering and what was funny is everyone there was over 21. But they still made us kick everyone out that had been drinking for a few hours and drive home, it was that or a $1000 fine and some jail time.
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This is another misguided Republican proposal. As described, if someone thinks your id is fake, they can keep it and they don’t have to contact the police for 24 hours. So what happens if the id is a drivers license? How are you to drive? What if the id happens not to be false? Who will reimburse you for any related expenses? Why can’t the business be required to call the police immediately? This seems more like harrassment and suspension of civil rights without due process. Why do Republicans scream that they want less government and all they are doing is making more?
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