Legislation has been introduced in the Maryland House of Delegates to
require the issuance of only a single license plate for motor vehicles.
The bill, favored by state hobbyists, requires that the single
registration plate be attached on the front of tractors and on the rear
of all other vehicles.
Legislation has been introduced in the Arkansas House to amend current
state law to require the consent of only 38% of property owners and
registered voters within three miles of a proposed motor-vehicle racing
facility before construction of the facility can begin.
Legislation has been introduced in Montana to allow the owner of a motor
vehicle, trailer, semitrailer or pole trailer manufactured in the year
1948, 1949 or 1950 to display a single original Montana license plate
that is affixed to the rear of the vehicle.
Last year, legislation amended by SEMA to totally exempt from the
license tax all vehicles and parts cars stored on private property for
the purpose of restoration or repair was vetoed by Governor Bob
Legislation has been introduced in the Missouri Senate to require the
issuance of only a single license plate for motor vehicles. The bill,
favored by state hobbyists, also applies to personalized plates.
Legislation has been introduced in the Colorado State Legislature to
extend the emissions inspection exemption to vehicles that have not yet
reached their 10th model year.
Legislation in the Maine State Senate to remove a provision in the law
that requires that the overall diameter of motor vehicle tires be within
2 in. of the sizes recommended by the vehicle manufacturer will be
considered by the Joint Transportation Committee, Wednesday, February 6,
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is seeking public comment
on draft risk assessments for five chemicals found in common household
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has announced a simplified option for
deducting the costs associated with having a home business office. The
new optional approach is based on the amount of square feet being used
for business purposes by the taxpayer.
A bill to ban motor vehicle exhaust systems that increase the noise
level has been reintroduced in Vermont. Under the bill, violators would
not pass the state’s required inspection and would be subject to fines.
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