Law eliminates license suspension for non-moving violations

Springfield, Il (AP)- Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker has signed a law that eliminates driver’s license suspensions for most non-moving violations. Gov. Pritzker signed the measure last week. He says it will allow tens of thousands of motorists to have driving privileges reinstated. That means more people will be able to work. Gov. Pritzker said, “Suspending licenses for having too many unpaid tickets, fines, and fees doesn’t necessarily make a person pay the bill, but it does mean that people don’t have a way to pay.”