License suspensions disproportionately hurt marginalized communities, finds study

Drivers in New York state were issued more than 1 million license suspensions in 2017, and about two-thirds of them were for “traffic debt”—failure to pay a traffic ticket or to appear in traffic court—while less than 10% were for driving infractions.

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