Minnesota Public Radio (MPR) recently featured a glimpse of a danger that runs through several Minnesota communities as it does throughout most of the country – unfenced railroad tracks that transect urban areas, towns, and in some cases run alongside playgrounds and fields where children play. According to MPR, Minnesota has a law that was enacted in the late 1800s requiring railroad companies in the state to fence their tracks. Although the law was instituted in an effort to protect cattle in rural areas, in modern times the law is needed more to protect people from injury and death. The ... Read More
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