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Tractor parade.


Missouri lawmakers passed a measure in May that allows farm tractors on state roads as long as they are in a parade. Seems the only way they were allowed previously was when farmers were driving between fields. According to the Associated Press, the governor said tractor parades give Missourians a chance to see the machines that help make the state an agricultural powerhouse. We're not sure how many parades Missouri has a year, but it must be plenty.
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Title Annotation:STATELINE
Publication:State Legislatures
Date:Sep 1, 2009
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