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Bill would impose $2,000 fine for public urination

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    Rep. Gene Ward issued a news release Friday calling for “urine-free zones” where offenders could be fined for doing their business in public. “In Chinatown it’s for real, you see it all the time,” Rhoads said. “If you live there for a couple of weeks, you’ll understand why.”

Complaints from residents and visitors about urine and feces left in public places have prompted state Rep. Gene Ward to introduce a measure to impose fines of up to $2,000 for repeat offenders who relieve themselves in certain spots. Read more

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