Politics & Government

April 14, 2014 8:43 PM

Critics invited to submit ideas to reform Texas traffic violators surcharge program

Texas lawmakers are unlikely to abolish the state program that imposes surcharges on Texas drivers on top of the fines and legal fees attached to traffic violations, the chairman of the House committee that oversees the program said Monday. But he encouraged critics to submit recommendations for reform to the 2015 Legislature.

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