The Florida House sought to ease tension with Canadian tourists Tuesday by moving swiftly to repeal a law requiring them to have international driver’s permits when motoring on state roadways.
In terms of cross-border clashes, the dispute fell well short of the War of 1812. But the requirement, which quietly took effect Jan. 1, has led to long waits at Canadian automobile associations, where the $25 permits are issued.
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