Posted Friday, March 2, 2007
Suburbs are finding new ways to increase safety and preserve the integrity of neighborhoods: fine the parents and punish the landlords. Bedford wants to fine parents whose children constantly commit crimes that fall under the umbrella of disorderly conduct. A law in Shaker Heights would penalize landlords for tenants' criminal behavior. Will the measures restore quality of life or violate civil rights? Is regulating misbehavior a good idea or a step too far? Join Regina Brett for the discussion Friday morning on The Sound of Ideas.
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