Last year, Joseph Youngstein's 2004 Dodge Durango was stolen and totaled. He turned the plates in to the New York Department of Motor Vehicles and got a receipt saying they'd been destroyed. So he wonders why he keeps getting tickets issued to the old license plates. He is also angry that his new vehicle, a Chevy Equinox with completely different plates, got booted because of all the tickets on the old plates.
“The Supreme Court has repeatedly recognized the authority of the United States...to seek equitable relief to vindicate various federal interests and constitutional guarantees.”
Price controls fail for other products, and liquor is no different.
The Lonoke County sergeant was already fired for not turning on his body camera during the encounter.
The president bemoans the incivility of politics while accusing Republicans of being "cavalier" about the potential for dead kids.
Rules are for the little people.