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Blue Line Added To Roadways Receives Mixed Reviews

If you live in Findlay, Ohio, you might have noticed a new trend emerging. The space between the two yellow lines in the middle of the street are starting to change color. It's happening in some other towns as well, and here's why.

A new blue line is appearing in the center of the double yellow traffic line on streets in countries across the nation. The line has a powerful meaning: the town backs law enforcement.

The thin blue lines were started by Findlay residents in response to the rising violence against police officers. Photos of the lines have been posted on the Facebook page 'Ohio Going Blue' and are getting a lot of support.

Blue lines have started to pop up everywhere - between double yellow lines on roads, within the field of stripes on American flags and on curbs of residential homes. These blue lines are the way more and more Americans are expressing their support for law enforcement.

They're drawing the blue line to show that targeting cops just because they're doing their job is totally unacceptable.

Source: Mad World News
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