Before they put out those orange cones or begin stopping drivers, police already have to let the public know they'll be there, if it's a DWI, insurance or seat belt compliance checkpoint. Now one Louisiana lawmaker wants that rule to apply to car inspections sticker checkpoints, too. Marcus Hunter, who sponsored the bill, says it's a matter of safety. That's the stance Larry Powell takes. "You never know when a person might have an emergency they're trying to get somewhere and they run into these roadblocks," he said.