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House Bill 1301


House Bill 1301

ARCHIVE (2004)

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DIGEST OF HB1301 (Updated March 3, 2004 4:43 pm - DI 84)


Special group license plates; Lewis and Clark. Allows a special group that sells at least 5,000 license plates during a calendar year to petition the bureau of motor vehicles to design and issue a license plate that will be available through the bureau's branches upon completing an application and paying the appropriate fee. Requires the bureau to design and issue special group recognition license plates for the Lewis and Clark bicentennial and the Riley Children's Foundation Trust. Provides that a person who is eligible to register a vehicle may obtain a Lewis and Clark bicentennial license plate or a Riley Children's Foundation Trust license plate upon completing an application and paying the appropriate fee. Provides for the distribution of fees from the plates to the Lewis and Clark bicentennial commission and the Riley Children's Foundation Trust. Converts the Lewis and Clark bicentennial commission to a permanent commission. (Under current law the commission expires January 1, 2008.) Permits the commission to establish a nonprofit corporation to carry out the duties of the commission.
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