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Dayton mayor Louallen debates journalist on limits of police authority

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David Tulis gives a transportation administrative notice Feb. 23, 2018, to Gary Louallen, mayor of Dayton, Tenn., a town in which a few people use the public roadway without state permit but face arrest or citation is stopped. (Photo Facebook) DAYTON, Tenn. (Feb. 23, 2018) Mayor Gary Louallen of Dayton, Tenn., gives me an interview regarding the fruit of my legal research dressed up as “transportation administrative notice.” He’d had no advanced warning about the of my call. Ronnie Raper, a city housing inspector and municipal confidante, greatly enlivens the argument I make about the distinction between travel and transportation.

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