The State

Residents of Oregon are protesting a law requiring them to register their cars in California if they work in California. The California Highway Patrol sent letters to about 40 Oregonians--mostly school teachers and Forest Service employees--who work in the Tule Lake area, giving them 10 days to register their vehicles in California. According to the author of the law, former California state Sen. Ray Johnson of Roseville, the measure was intended to apply only to Californians who register their vehicles in other states with lower fees.

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