LINCOLN - One upside to a Nebraska bill that would create an urban school driver's permit is that Mom and Dad would no longer have to taxi their 14-year-olds to and from school.
One downside: It could put thousands more of the highest-risk drivers on the streets of the state's largest cities.
Under current law, school permits are reserved for 14- and 15-year-old students who live outside city limits or inhabit towns and villages with populations below 5,000 people. Legislative Bill
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