The controversial red decals for teen drivers are here to stay. The New Jersey Supreme Court ruled unanimously Monday that requiring the stickers on a young driver's license plate doesn't violate federal privacy laws.
The only people who know what the future of Kyleigh's Law will be are in the Supreme Court. The NJ Supreme Court heard the arguments for both sides of the red sticker law which requires new drivers to place the sticker on the car to help police monitor their behavior.
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