Linking driver's license to tax compliance a mistake

February 02, 2011

Gov. Martin O'Malley thinks that if you don't pay taxes, you shouldn't get an auto license ("Driver's licenses, vehicle registrations may be denied over owed taxes," Feb. 2). Result: many drivers without licenses, unregulated by the Motor Vehicle Administration and without liability insurance. Maybe there's a good reason why Maryland would be one of the few states to approve such a law.

Jim Astrachan, Baltimore

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