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New bill could help low-income individuals repay tickets

New York has many drivers, and as a result, there are a good number of traffic tickets issued each year. New York's fines, however, have the largest effect on the poor, according to a lawmaker in Syracuse. An assemblywoman and national advocacy group have made a plan to change the laws that they believe unfairly punish the poor by taking away their licenses for violations including a single unpaid traffic ticket.

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