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Madison superintendent looking to address issue of cars passing school buses

MADISON, Conn. (WTNH) - It's an ongoing problem in Madison: Cars passing school buses.

Superintendent Thomas Scarice posted on Facebook on Wednesday saying it's happening a lot when students are being picked up and dropped off. 

 

 

Scarice is working with the police department and bus company to crack down on violators.

The fine for passing a school bus is $465.

Repeat offenders could face even more fines and jail time.

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