Fargo can't exceed state traffic fines
FARGO -- The North Dakota Supreme Court has put the brakes on the city of Fargo's practice of setting higher speeding fines than provided under state law.
Tuesday's unanimous high-court decision came in the case of a woman who is challenging higher traffic fines in Fargo, which had relied on its authority as a home rule city to exceed state fines.
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