sounds good in theory. let's hope it works.
No, and apparently, I can throw YOUR mail out in the street and call the cops on you - this could get ugly...
it's a start. yeah, it has its holes. i mean, lawpuppy could be the ocifer out there. heck, i'll toss my mail out there and call if he'll come get me. but honestly, it's something, and it's long overdue. i'd like to see litter stopped because i want to leave this world better than i found it. that's what i teach my kids when we go somewhere. matters not to us who tossed something out, i'll send them out to pick up at least a piece for their age and throw it out. something is better than nothing in this case i hope.
ah, keptboy, you flatter me, I would enjoy citing you for littering.
Will the litter that's removed be used as evidence, or placed into our radioactive dump?
Ok, it's time to pull this one because they are not even talking about the subject at hand here.
Did you know the litter law also applies to Tennessee's lakes and streams as well as illicit discharges to storm drains...like spent motor oil.
I'm glad to see the new law but it seems to me that it will be hard to enforce. I mean, how am I going to prove who threw all the Krystal wrappers, the McDonalds cups or the KFC buckets out along my road? I do think having to pick it up, especially in this heat, would be a good punishment, if I could ever catch the ones doing it.