It's worthy to note the differences between states. I am unaware of a similar action or law trying to be passed in New York State for which I am certain this happens with much more frequency, especially in the Boogie Down. Suffice to say that if I were stuck in traffic on the BQE or LIE and I happened to gaze over at the Escalade next to me sitting on chrome dubs and happened to see the very acrobatic Jenna Jameson doing her thing, the first thought that would come to my mind would be, "...who said New York traffic was bad?"
By Christina Bellantoni
Tuesday, February 15, 2005
The House yesterday unanimously passed a bill sponsored by Sen. Harry B. Blevins that would impose a $250 fine if
"obscene" material played inside a vehicle on a public street is visible outside the car.