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Death, Taxes and Driving Uncertainty

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Elizabeth Cooper, Joshua A. Liebman and Christopher Ziemba discuss New York Tax Law 171-v, which gives the state's Department of Taxation and Finance the power to suspend the driver's license of anyone who owes $10,000 or more in state taxes. For those New Yorkers who are already struggling to meet their basic living expenses, the sanction has proven to be devastating.

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