Poll: Should Saggin' Be Banned by Ordinance?

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Collinsville councilwoman Liz Dalton has proposed a ban on sagging. Violators could pay a fine of up to $300, with possible community service.

Her reason: Several constituents asked her to (according to KMOV), including one family left totally aghast when some saggers sauntered by on Mother's Day. Of all days

But mayor John Miller opposes the ban.

His reason: It's a slippery slope. Where would it stop? Piercings? Cleavage? "It's a civil liberties thing," he says.

Would you ever support a saggin' ban? Vote after the jump...



Of course, there is an alternative...and that alternative is called "Bagg'ns."

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