Rep. Chris Millis, left, a Pender County Republican, won support from the House Appropriations Committee Wednesday for his bill to increase penalties for people who drive without a license and aren’t legally eligible for one.
Rep. Chris Millis, left, a Pender County Republican, won support from the House Appropriations Committee Wednesday for his bill to increase penalties for people who drive without a license and aren’t legally eligible for one. Robert Willett rwillett@newsobserver.com
Rep. Chris Millis, left, a Pender County Republican, won support from the House Appropriations Committee Wednesday for his bill to increase penalties for people who drive without a license and aren’t legally eligible for one. Robert Willett rwillett@newsobserver.com

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