Committee Bill to Shrink Number of Specialty License Plates Fails

By Scott Sarvay

Committee Bill to Shrink Number of Specialty License Plates Fails

March 1, 2012 Updated Mar 1, 2012 at 8:53 AM EDT

INDIANAPOLIS (Indiana’s NewsCenter) - A bill to cancel specialty license plates for several non-profit groups has been pulled in the Indiana House.

The measure would have targeted low-selling plates for groups like the NRA, the Indianapolis Zoo, the Special Olympics and a Gay Youth Group.

The bill would have also transferred authority to grant specialty plates from the BMV to the legislature.




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