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Maryland lawmakers target towing law's 'unintended consequences'

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Last October, Maryland passed a law requiring towing companies to send drivers a letter within three days of hauling off their cars as part of a regulation designed to "unify" state practices and address predatory towing practices. But Montgomery County lawmakers are saying that an unintended consequence of the law is that some drivers are being forced to pay upward of $60 for the towing...

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