It’s a joke shared privately among some state lawmakers in Olympia: Go ahead, drive as fast as you want on the way to the Capitol. You won’t get a ticket – it’s the law. Though said in jest, the advice is rooted in reality. Legislators headed to work can’t get speeding tickets – or so says the Washington State Patrol and at least one local police department. A spokesman for WSP said Washington lawmakers are constitutionally protected from receiving noncriminal traffic tickets during a legislative session, as well as 15 days before. ... The logic? Detaining lawmakers on the road – even for the time it takes to issue them a speeding ticket – may delay them from getting to the Capitol to vote, Calkins said/Melissa Santos, Tacoma News Tribune. More here.
Question: Would you want a law like this in Idaho?