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Plates signal need for registration drive

Newcomers to the state must register their vehicle in Massachusetts as soon as they become residents, but most nonresident students are exempt. Owners who don't comply can be cited. Newcomers to the state must register their vehicle in Massachusetts as soon as they become residents, but most nonresident students are exempt. Owners who don't comply can be cited. (Christina Pazzanese for the Globe)
By Christina Pazzanese
Globe Correspondent / October 19, 2008

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It ain't where you're from; it's where you're at. It's an expression that tipster Kathy Markham can apparently relate to. She tells GlobeWatch she sees quite a few vehicles in her Brighton neighborhood every day bearing out-of-state license plates, even though the owners clearly reside in Massachusetts. (Full article: 537 words)

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