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Frosh lauds passage of bill to end license suspensions for inability to pay (access required)

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 ...

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Frosh urges end to license suspensions based on inability to pay (access required)

ANNAPOLIS – Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh urged legislators Wednesday to strip the state of its authority to suspend the driver’s licenses of motorists who fail to pay a traffic fine because they lack the funds, saying such suspensions ...

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Police: Man arrested for bomb threat at Md. MVA building (access required)

BELTSVILLE — Police say they have arrested a man they say threatened to detonate a bomb at a Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration building in Beltsville. Maryland State Police said 60-year-old Christopher Louis Adams was arrested without incident on Tuesday. Police ...

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Error may cost immigrants their Md. commercial driver’s licenses (access required)

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BALTIMORE — More than 250 immigrants in Maryland could lose their commercial driver’s licenses after an audit found that the state Motor Vehicle Administration mistakenly issued them the permits. The Washington Post reports that the MVA has warned hundreds of ...

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