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'No pass/no drive' law 10 years later
Mar 2, 2017 - The Cincinnati Enquirer (Ohio)

In 2007, the Kentucky Legislature passed "The No Pass/No Drive" law requiring 16- and 17-year-old students to meet sufficient academic and attendance standards to maintain their driver's license or learners permits. Any family that has had a teenager recently apply for a first-time learners permit has seen this requirement because a school compliance verification form must be completed by the school before the permit is issued.

A student is deemed to be non-compliant and to have his or her

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