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License suspension reform bill fails (access required)

Despite apparent bipartisan support in the General Assembly, a proposal to repeal the law that suspends driver’s licenses for those who don’t pay court fines or costs has died. Only four votes were needed Feb. 11 to kill Republican Sen. Bill Stanley’s Senate Bill 1013 in a House Courts subcommittee that focuses on criminal laws. Stanley blamed ...