Bus driver Carol Mitzelfeldt checks her school bus, its stop paddle extended, before leaving on her route for the Arlington School District on an October morning in 2014. The Marysville School District recently had cameras installed on 15 of its buses that record the license plates of vehicles that illegally pass stopped buses. Fines are then sent to vehicle owners. (Mark Mulligan / Herald file photo)

Editorial: Fines may get attention if buses’ red lights don’t

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