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The 2015 Annual International Conference has officially come to a close, but it was a great three days full of information and resources for AAMVA members, plenty of networking with jurisdictional and industry colleagues, and a lot fun. Check out the AIC Download Center where you'll find presentations from the conference, AAMVA's flickr album full of photos of our time in Des Moines, and a snapshot of the 2015 Annual International Conference in the wrap-up video.
AAMVA is proud to be participating at the Governors Highway Safety Association's Annual Meeting this week in Nashville, Tennesessee. Drunk, Drugged & Distracted: Reaching High-Risk Drivers is the theme for the 2015 GHSA Annual Meeting. AAMVA President & CEO Anne Ferro will be speaking at the conference on Tuesday, September 1st, and attendees can catch up with AAMVA at our booth in the exhibit hall. Visit http://www.ghsa.org/html/meetings/annual/2015/index.html for more information.
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(Most read stories from AAMVA Regional News – August 21, 2015)
DMV Clerk Took Bribes to Help Pass Permit Exam (New York)
A former DMV clerk now admits using his position to accept bribes to allow people to pass their permit exams. Read the full story at WKBW.com.California Rations Birth, Death Certificates Amid Security Paper Shortage
NPR's Robert Siegel speaks with San Francisco Chronicle reporter Melody Gutierrez about the shortage of special security paper used for birth and death certificates in California. Listen to the discussion or read the story at NPR.org.Pot Increasingly Linked to Fatal Car Crashes, Washington State Reports
mong those involved in fatal car crashes in Washington, the amount of drivers under the influence of marijuana escalated dramatically between 2013 and 2014, according to a new report by the Washington Traffic Safety Commission (WTSC). Read the full story at Crosscut.com.Colorado Rebrands Anti-Pot Campaign for Kids
A state that has legalized recreational marijuana is renewing efforts to get teenagers to stay away from the drug. Read the full story at WHIZNews.
For the rest of the most recent news, read: AAMVA Regional News – August 21, 2015.
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