Frosh lauds passage of bill to end license suspensions for inability to pay

The Motor Vehicle Administration can no longer suspend the driver’s licenses of motorists who fail to pay a traffic fine due to their lack of funds under legislation the General Assembly passed unanimously and sent to Gov. Larry Hogan before its early adjournment Wednesday. The measure was introduced at the urging of Maryland Attorney General Brian ...

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