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23 Voter Fraud Cases from 2016 and Beyond

President Donald Trump kept the threat of voter fraud on the front pages both before and after the 2016 Election. Although ballots have long since been counted, cases of illegal voting and other election law violations continue to surface in the aftermath.

Jerry Brown Pushes Huge Tax Increase to Fix Roads

The highest taxed state in the nation is about to pay more in taxes as California Governor Jerry Brown won agreement from Democrat leaders to push through a long-overdue transportation bill funded by raising gas taxes and Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) usage fees.

Tesla being towed to dealer.

Tesla Crashes in Consumer Reports–and at DMV

Tesla stock plunged -10 percent on Tuesday in a double whammy of bad news as Consumer Reports pulled its “best car ever” designation, and the California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) said the company is illegally “bird dogging” to hype sales.

Jerry Brown signs (Rich Pedroncelli / Associated Press)

Jerry Brown Signs ‘Motor Voter on Steroids’

California Gov. Jerry Brown has signed AB 1461, known as “Motor Voter on Steroids,” to join Oregon in automatically registering people to vote when they visit the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). The legislation takes the federal “Motor Voter” law

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DMV Employees Busted in Truck License Scandal

Several DMV employees in Salinas and Sacramento have been arrested, along with three trucking school operators, for allegedly using bribes to help up to 100 commercial truck drivers to obtain Class A commercial drivers’ licenses illegally.

California Black License Plate (Marcin Wichary / Flickr / CC / Cropped)

California to Reissue Black License Plates

On Monday, the California Department of Motor Vehicles announced it will start releasing black license plates similar to the 1960s version in two or three weeks. Personalized black plates will be released in August.

Supreme Court Says Discrimination Against Viewpoint OK on License Plates

On Thursday, the Supreme Court’s streak of incoherent decisions remained intact, as the Court ruled that the state of Texas could ban Confederate flag symbols from license plates but that the town of Gilbert, Arizona, could not place time restrictions on billboards based on content. This is, to say the least, nonsensical. But we expect nothing less than nonsense from the Supreme Court these days.

Gutierrez at USC (Michelle Moons / Breitbart News)

Rep. Gutierrez Preps Illegals for ‘Dream Act’ on Cross-Country Tour

U.S. Representative Luis Gutierrez (D-IL) isn’t letting a judge’s orders keep him from a cross-country tour that landed in Los Angeles this weekend, counseling illegal aliens on how to apply for Obama’s executive actions on immigration–DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) and DAPA (Deferred Action for Parental Accountability)–and to stay in the country with newly minted legal status.

‘Two Steps – One Sticker’ Stumbles on to the Dancefloor of Texas Windshields

The Texas “Two Steps – One Sticker” program was supposed to simplify matters for vehicle owners in the Lone Star State. As the Texas Department of Public Safety and the Department of Motor Vehicles began to merge the state’s vehicle and registration programs into one windshield sticker, problems predicted by at least one lawmaker began to emerge.