Florida Bill would end license suspensions for cash-strapped drivers

The Florida Legislature could end the state’s practice of suspending the licenses of people driving with unpaid fines and fees. About two million people in the state have had their driver’s licenses suspended for nonpayment of traffic tickets or toll violations, criminal citations and other court fees. Some contend they’re being penalized for, as they would put it, “driving while poor” – and Naples Republican Rep. Byron Donalds says his bill will would give those in need a much-needed break…