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FFJC Florida

Over the past three decades, Florida has created more than 20 new types of fines and fees and enacted 50 new fines and fees statutes.

FFJC Nevada

Nevada uses license suspensions and arrest warrants as debt-collection tactics — targeted at people living in poverty. How debt-based license suspensions harm Nevadans Between July 2017 and June 2019, over …

FFJC New Mexico

Court debt traps thousands of New Mexicans in the justice system. Across New Mexico, courts impose fines as a punishment for minor traffic and municipal code violations, misdemeanors and felonies. …

FFJC New York

Fines and fees make New York’s communities less safe, they perpetuate and exacerbate poverty, and they extract millions of dollars from the most vulnerable among us, particularly communities of color. The fines and fees issue hurting the most New Yorkers is driver’s license suspension for Traffic Debt.

Cities and Counties for Fine and Fee Justice

PolicyLink, The San Francisco Financial Justice Project and the Fines and Fees Justice Center launched Cities and Counties for Fine and Fee Justice to support localities that want to assess and reform fines, fees, tickets, and financial penalties that often have an adverse and disproportionate impact on low-income people and people of color.
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