U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions has issued a sentencing directive for federal prosecutors mandating they "pursue the most serious, readily provable offense" for cases. How will the new federal sentencing directives and return of mandatory minimums impact our region?
Maryland has rejected more than 4000 ride-share drivers since December 2015. More than half failed the state’s screening requirements due to driving infractions and criminal history. We’ll discuss how Maryland’s screening process affects potential drivers and rider safety in the Washington region.
- Dave Sutton Spokesperson, Who's Driving You? A vehicle safety initiative of the Taxicab, Limousine & Paratransit Association @WhosDrivingYou
- Michael Farren Research Fellow, Project for the Study of American Capitalism at the Mercatus (Mer-Kay-Tus) Center at George Mason University
- Faiz Siddiqui Staff Writer, Washington Post @faizsays
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