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(Olympia, WA)  --  A bill being considered by Washington lawmakers targets so-called "left-lane campers."  Under current law, those who choose to travel continuously in the left lane of a highway, which is considered the passing lane in Washington, are fined up to 136 dollars.  The measure would increase the maximum fine to 181 dollars.  Washington state troopers reportedly issued nearly 14-thousand citations for left-lane violations in 2015.

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