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Insurance cards could go digital under Mo. bill

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JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — The smartphone era could spare Missouri motorists from digging through their glove boxes for their insurance cards when they're stopped by law enforcement. State senators passed legislation Thursday that would authorize drivers to show digital images of their proof-of-insurance cards to law enforcement officers or state licensing clerks instead of having to present a...

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