This bureaucratic maze, sometimes referred to as the DMV, is littered with victims of unfeeling, uncaring computer systems that hold, share and transmit their information. The victims contact me often.
One is Catherine Taylor, 59, of Blacksburg. Last week she was informed her Virginia driver’s license had been suspended by the Department of Homeland Security. Which seems odd, given that she’s senior pastor at Blacksburg Presbyterian Church.
Indeed, Taylor’s license was listed as invalid in a national database. I believe her when she says a DMV employee in New York put the blame on the Department of Homeland Security.
It appears that’s not the reason, though. I’m still not completely clear about what is.
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