Millions Lose Driver’s Licenses Over Court Debts

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More than 7 million people nationwide may have had their driver’s licenses suspended for failure to pay court or administrative debt, a practice that advocates say unfairly punishes the poor, the Washington Post calculates from public records requests. Some states are trying to reduce the number of suspensions . . .

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