I'm curious about the actual law in the following situation because I keeping hearing different answers from people.
An East-bound vehicle (Vehicle A) approaches a two-way stop with cross-traffic (North and Southbound) that does not have any stop signs. Vehicle A intends to turn left. Vehicle A waits for cross-traffic to clear so they can make their turn. If a second vehicle (Vehicle B) that is West-bound approaches the intersection well after Vehicle A and intends to go straight, which vehicle has the right-of-way once the cross-traffic is clear? Is it the vehicle who arrived first (Vehicle A) or the vehicle going straight (Vehicle B)?