State fees create relentless cycle of poverty, legal case says

Posted: 11:25 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 18, 2016



I agree with James Dickey. Some would say it’s a war on low income people. With the strict environmental regulations if your old car burns just a little to rich it will fail the Inspection, It has nothing to do with safety. If you get a ticket and can’t pay then a warrant is issued, then when [yes I said when not if] you get pulled over your car get’s impounded. Many can nor afford to get car out of impound, every day the price goes up, so they lose there car maybe there job, can’t go to grocery store take kids to school or go anywhere the buss don’t go. It’s a downward spiral that leads to dependence on government programs of one kind or another for mere subsistence. You enter Star Parker’s “”Uncle Sam’s Plantation””


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