State lawmakers held hearings after a Massachusetts driver pleaded not guilty to killing seven people in a New Hampshire crash last month. His commercial license should have been suspended.
An auditor for the state testified on Monday that she'd warned RMV officials months ago that nearly 13,000 out-of-state driving violations were going unprocessed, including convictions for operating under the influence.
Now state Sen. Eric Lesser, who serves as vice chair of the Joint Committee on Transportation, is calling for Thomas Bowes, the head of the board that's supposed to process out-of-state violations, to resign.
This segment aired on July 31, 2019.