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Grand Forks Police Dept. starting traffic enforcement campaign

The Grand Forks Police Department is taking part in a "Click It or Ticket It" campaign, increasing enforcement of traffic violations, especially motorists not wearing seatbelts.

The Grand Forks Police Department is taking part in a "Click It or Ticket It" campaign, increasing enforcement of traffic violations, especially motorists not wearing seatbelts.

The program begins Nov. 11 and ends Nov. 19.

The North Dakota Department of Transportation is providing the funding. The last campaign was May 23-June 5 and resulted in 607 tickets, of which 103 were seatbelt violations.

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