Audit says driver diversion programs illegal
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — A new report from Minnesota's auditor says local governments should not be setting their own driving regulations.
Auditor Rebecca Otto is referring specifically to driver diversion programs which allow motorists the option of paying a ticket for a traffic violation or enrolling in a safe driving class.
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