San Jose turns to lawn signs stop illegal fireworks

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For the first time, San Jose is providing free signs for people to put in their yards that say, "all fireworks are illegal." The city printed 3000 of them. (KGO-TV)

Some neighbors in San Jose are directing people to their lawns. Signs appear on them saying "all fireworks are illegal." They want others to know they are supporting the city's ban of fireworks.

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The city of San Jose printed 3,000 lawn signs. They're free and available at several community centers.

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