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(Olympia, WA)  --  A bill that's making its way through the Washington State Legislature is aimed at making the going easier for riders of all-terrain vehicles.  The measure would allow counties to decide whether ATV riders who are legally operating on a local road should be able to drive across a state highway to get to the local road on the other side of the intersection.  Current law allows ATVs to cross the intersections where the speed limit on the local road isn't above 35 miles per hour.  The House has approved the bill and it now heads to the Senate.

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