The Washington Times - October 16, 2011, 04:20PM

D.C. police are cracking down on drivers with expired tags by putting them in jail. What’s up with that?







“With the budget and everything the way it is, it’s a way to increase revenue from citizens. It’s been a law but I feel they’re cracking down. It’s sad.”
Tristian Williams, Chicago, 22, intern for District law firm





“My view of what D.C. is, is a place where citizens are separated from their money. It’s a way to impose a tax on people.”
Harmon Harris, San Diego, 76, retired







“That’s one way to redo the local budget! I do think you should follow the rules of the law, no matter where you are in the country. If there’s a law in place, we should obey it.”
Sandy Harris, San Diego, 65, retired








“It’s similar to the lights on the speed cameras. It’s an invasion of people’s privacy. It’s all about the money.”
Alonzo McDuffie, Glenarden, 55, Department of Defense