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Law keeps Hall residents from working on vehicles
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Hall County needs money so it passed a law so they can legally rob money from the poor. They know most of us have old classic cars we work on to show off and drive. So they drum up this law to take away our rights and rob from us, though we are barely making it.

On my street with old mobile homes and houses, a couple built a $100,000 home, then complains about the rest of us. They need to keep their nose in their own yard.

There is a bill trying to be introduced to the House called SEMA Inoperable Vehicle Model bill. It would make it illegal to make people get rid of their classic cars as long as they have them behind a fence where they can't be seen from the road.

Call your representatives and tell them to vote for it. We need our rights back.

Mike Myers