By: Wes Wallace
The Sikeston City Council passed the measure Monday evening, and it's very close to the current Missouri state law. However, this ordinance carries a fine. "It's really to protect officers," explains Sergeant Jim McMillen, "If the tint is too dark, then we can't see inside and we definitely need to see what's going on when we make a stop.
McMillen also says it's to protect drivers and pedestrians too. "I don't think it's right," says Lori Kimble, "I understand they need to see in, but they should be able to see in the front and back just fine."