Would students be more likely to attend school if their driving privileges could be revoked for truancy?
Two Republican legislators who believe so have introduced bills that would require the state’s Motor Vehicle Division to suspend or postpone issuance of driver’s licenses for students who violate the state’s compulsory school-attendance law. But the fate of the House measure is unclear after it failed its first hurdle Wednesday.
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