If the house gets it's way, motorists stalled on Missouri's roads will only have six hours to move their cars before they get towed at the owner's expense. Jack Dolan has the story from Jefferson City
Supporters of the time limit say they want to eliminate rubber-necking traffic delays during rush hour. Opponents say that six hours is too short in rural areas where traffic isn't such a problem. Rperesentative Doyle Childers from Southern Missouri sees another problem with the idea.
If the state does set a time limit for stalled cars, it will certainly be good news for towers. The bill faces one more vote in the house. From Jefferson City, I'm Jack Dolan.