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Over 100,000 New Mexicans no longer have suspended driver’s licenses

  • New Mexico's motor vehicle division has lifted the suspension of driver's licenses for over 100,000 residents under new anti-poverty legislation.
  • The bipartisan legislation ends the practice of suspending licenses for failure to pay fines or appear in court, making it easier for individuals to pay off debts and care for their families.
  • The law does not apply to commercial driver's licenses or suspensions related to dangerous driving, but does clear suspensions for over 160,000 out-of-state drivers with New Mexico citations.
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