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Abolish or reform window tint laws in Louisiana!

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This petition is to abolish or reform  the window tint laws in Louisiana. As a citizen I feel our privacy and protection is compromised by the window tinting laws. Most people tint their personal vehicles for many reasons. Some being to keep criminals from seeing inside the vehicle, protecting their investment of the vehicles interior, and protecting their eyes from bright sunlight during the day. Some law enforcement says it obstructs the view  of the driver. Well if this is true then why do police officer have units that are tinted darker than legal limit on all of their windows. We should be allowed to protect ourselves, family, and our vehicle investments. Here in Louisiana we have thousands of oilfield workers that park their vehicles out along the coast for weeks at a time. This causes damage to the interior of the vehicle over a course of time. The legal limit as of now doesn't provided much protection from the sunlight nor criminals preying on parked cars. Beings they can see what is inside makes them tempted more often. Law enforcement agencies claim they can't see inside the vehicle so it's a threat to their safety. Well they can't see inside of a house when they walk up to it so what's the difference. If our vehicle is an extension of our home we should be allowed to treat the vehicle as such. I would say window tint laws should be for individuals with criminal records, but criminals do not follow laws anyways. Help me get rid of or reform this law on window tinting as its a threat to our privacy as American citizens. 

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