Here is the question of the week:
The Delaware Office of Highway Safety held its first of three town halls to gather input about road safety Tuesday in Georgetown. Attendees shared their thoughts about how to decrease traffic fatalities and injuries, offering suggestions like spreading messages to elementary and middle school students, increasing speed enforcement and DUI checkpoints, and utilizing more signage in Spanish. The forums were organized in response to a near-record number of deaths on Delaware roads last year. What do you think should be done to boost the welfare of motorists? How should police handle unsafe drivers?
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