Townsquare Media's own Kevin McArdle wrote a story regarding a bill from two NJ lawmakers that would raise the bar for those drivers who continue to drive on a suspended license.

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Assemblywoman Mary Pat Angelini and Assemblyman Ron Dancer are sponsoring a bill that would make mandatory jail time for those convicted more than once of driving on a suspended license.

The NJ politicians used Patrick Clayton, a truck driver who fatally struck and killed someone earlier this year and had not had a valid license since 2006, as perfect example as to why this is necessary.

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