Lawmakers in Arizona are currently debating whether police should be involved in car repossessions when someone misses multiple car payments.
The current law states that if someone fails to pay for their car for 90 days and ignores a certified letter for 30 days, the car can be reported to the police as stolen.
This law has put police officers and people in potentially dangerous situations during high-risk stops.
The new bill is supported by both Democrats and Republicans, and it has passed out of committee and will head to the Senate floor.
Opponents worry about the message this repeal will send, suggesting that paying bills is not important, while supporters argue that dealerships should get extra protection and help from law enforcement after four months of non-payment.
This debate is ongoing, and while there are other ways for car dealerships to go after non-paying customers, the question remains whether police should be involved in the process.