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Over 5,000 licenses now suspended in RMV scandal

8 monthes ago   |   By Boston Herald

More than 5,000 driver's licenses now have been suspended since the records scandal unfolded at the Registry of Motor Vehicles - and officials say they aren't done searching for more potentially dangerous drivers who were left on the roads for months and even years.
Transportation Secretary Stephanie Pollack and acting Registrar Jamey Tesler updated the MassDOT board and the Fiscal Management Control Board during a meeting Monday of the 5,260 drivers whose licenses have been suspended to date, 3,391 of which were found in the backlog of out-of-state notifications of license infractions and...
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