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Local Why your neighborhood won't get speed humps Why your neighborhood won't get speed humps (Video)
Most people would say no one drives slow enough on streets where kids could be playing. A handful of Richland neighborhoods have been vocal in their demands for change, even paying for their own signs to show how fast you're going. If your neighborhood has dreams of adding speed humps to slow people down, KEPR learned why the city won't put them in.

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Local Why your neighborhood won't get speed humps (Video)
Most people would say no one drives slow enough on streets where kids could be playing. A handful of Richland neighborhoods have been vocal in their demands for change, even paying for their own signs to show how fast you're going. If your neighborhood has dreams of adding speed humps to slow people down, KEPR learned why the city won't put them in.

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Consumer Credit card debt still a serious problem in the U.S.
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