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An April 2017 report by the California Bureau of State Audits found widespread problems with California’s administration of its disabled placard and plate program. Among the findings: thousands of people in the DMV’s database of placard and license plate holders match some 35,000 entries in a federal database of dead people. Nathaniel Levine
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