Karl de Vries
Fox News
December 27, 2013

The sponsor of this driving bill, State Rep. Andy Schor, served under Bill Clinton. Credit: benrjordan via Flickr
The sponsor of this driving bill, State Rep. Andy Schor, served under Bill Clinton. Credit: benrjordan via Flickr

Thinking about cutting class in Michigan? Make sure you know someone with whom you can hitch a ride.

A state representative wants to revoke driver’s licenses for chronically absent students as part of an initiative to cut down on truancy.

State Rep. Andy Schor, D-Lansing, introduced two bills last week that would alert Michigan’s secretary of state – who oversees the issuance of licenses – whenever a student’s truancy gets so severe that his or her school refers the matter to court. The student’s license would be suspended or withheld for six months under the proposed law.

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