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I've seen some of these cars with what looks like neon lighting shining out of the bottom of them. Is this legal?

There had been some question as to whether it was legal, with authorities in some places issuing tickets, and authorities in other places not, according to state Rep. Barbara Craft, R-Junction City.

On behalf of some youths in Junction City, Craft introduced a bill to allow the use of "neon ground-effect lighting." The bill makes it legal for neon tubes to be placed underneath the motor vehicle, creating a halo effect. The lighting can't be any shade of red, and it can't be flashing.

The bill is House Bill 2221.

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