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Should States Charge Low-Income Residents Less for Traffic Tickets?

May 13, 2017 | NewsLinks
Losing the right to drive in December upended Latrice Harry’s life. She’d been pulled over by police six months before, and after failing to pay an initial ticket—she says she got it for not being able to quickly find proof of insurance among her belongings—the debt kept accumulating.

Report raises doubts about dropping license suspensions

March 08, 2017 | NewsLinks
(Subscription required) The state Legislature should "weigh trade-offs" before adopting Gov. Jerry Brown's proposed halt of driver's license suspensions for defendants who did not pay traffic tickets, according to a report by the Legislative Analyst's Office.

Driver's license penalty harms the poor

January 28, 2017 | NewsLinks
When Aaron Cutchon was laid off from his job at an auto body shop, he could no longer afford to pay for two traffic tickets he got for driving in a carpool lane.
Traffic Infractions

Traffic Infractions

December 16, 2016 | Multimedia
The council approves guidelines for for an 18-month traffic amnesty program, resolving 175,936 delinquent accounts and collecting nearly $30 million in the first 11 months. See Spotlight
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