99th General Assembly, 1st Regular Session
Bills Indexed by Subject
LICENSES - MOTOR VEHICLE

BillSponsor Bill StringDate/Last Action
 Bill Information
HB1034Engler, Kevin HB 10345/12/2017 Referred: Select Committee on Local, State, Federal Relations and Miscellaneous Business
  2064H.01I - Modifies provisions of law relating to motor vehicle dealers
HB1179Merideth, Peter HB 11795/12/2017 Referred: Select Committee on Local, State, Federal Relations and Miscellaneous Business
  2296H.03I - Requires the department of public safety to engage in discussions with local government officials and law enforcement agencies to develop a memorandum of understanding concerning the use of automated license plate reader systems and crime cameras by law enforcement on public roadways within the state
HB1212Korman, Bart HCS HB 12124/13/2017 Referred: Rules - Administrative Oversight
  2335H.02C - Establishes an advisory committee to investigate possibility of giving motor vehicle operators the option of replacing a vehicle's front license plate with a bumper sticker to be placed on front of the vehicle
HB26Christofanelli, Phil HCS HB 262/8/2017 Referred: Rules - Legislative Oversight
  0463H.02C - Requires the department of revenue to offer a three-year motor vehicle registration option
HB803Gannon, Elaine HCS HB 8034/20/2017 Reported Do Pass (H)
  1592H.02C - Allows persons who volunteer as firefighters with a county or municipal fire department to display fire department local government license plates on their personal motor vehicles when responding to volunteer-related calls
HB401McDaniel, Andrew HB 4013/6/2017 Perfected (H)
  0649H.01P - Allows for a special license plate for members of the International Conference of Police Chaplains who have completed the basic certification requirements
HB805Basye, Chuck HB 8054/20/2017 Reported Do Pass (S)
  1172H.01P - Changes the law regarding Combat Decoration License Plates
HB225Shumake, Lindell HCS HB 2254/27/2017 Reported Do Pass (S)
  0666H.02P - Allows camping trailers more than twenty-five years old to be permanently registered and be issued historic trailer license plates