A bill on the Senate table has good news and bad news for those who like to drive fast. Karen Fogg reports from Jefferson City:
If you like to drive 70 on the Interstates, you'd be able to in March if the bill passes.
But if you're in the habit of breaking the speed limit--you might want to slow down a bit because you'll also be assigned points for every speeding violation.
Missouri Highway Superintendent Chief Fred Mills says it should keep speeders in check:
The bill is scheduled for a vote Wednesday morning.
From Jefferson City, I'm Karen Fogg.