SECTION 1. Section 22 of said chapter 90, as appearing in the 2012 Official Edition, is hereby amended by striking out subsection (f).
SECTION 2. The registrar of motor vehicles shall purge all records pertaining to past motor vehicle license suspensions effected under subsection (f) of section 22 of chapter 90, as so appearing.
SECTION 3. Section 30 of said chapter 90, as so appearing, is hereby amended by adding, after the second paragraph, the following paragraph:- Upon expiration of the term of suspension of driving privileges suspended under subsections (g), (h), or (i), of section 22 of chapter 90, the registrar shall shield from public access all records of the suspension and the underlying offense, including records of the expiration of the suspension, any hearings or appeals related to the suspension, and the reinstatement following the suspension.
SECTION 4. Within 60 days of passage of this act the Commonwealth shall submit to the Secretary of the United States Department of Transportation: (i) a written certification stating that the governor is opposed to the enactment or enforcement of a law that conforms with 23 U.S.C. § 159(a)(3)(A), relating to the revocation, suspension, issuance or reinstatement of drivers’ licenses to convicted drug offenders; and (ii) a written certification that the general court has adopted a resolution expressing its opposition to a law described in clause (i)
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