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When entering a 4 way stop, with signs posted for all drivers to see, there is an order of priority, with the first driver to approach the stop sign, having the right of way. The 2nd driver would then go and so on. As far as turning left with a green arrow, you would not have to yield the right of way, since they would be stopped and there is a traffic control device allowing you to proceed. Had the light been green but not a green turn arrow, then you would have to yield. Normally, the traffic control device when making a left hand turn, across lanes of traffic, would first appear as a green turn arrow, giving the driver the right of way. However, often that changes to only a green light, which would then require then to yield, to the oncoming traffic.
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