Dozy DMV Wants More Dollars

In the state capital of Sacramento, a man named Tyré Nichols went online, secured all his paperwork, and arrived promptly at the Department of Motor Vehicles expecting to be in and out in two hours. Despite his preparation and punctuality, Nichols wound up waiting six hours, “in miserable 98-degree heat.” As it happens, this is a typical experience. Over the last year, DMV wait times have increased 60 percent, delaying Californians by up to seven hours. While Californians wait in line, DMV employees sleep on the job.
As we noted, according to California’s state auditor, “A key data operator at the

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