US Congress HB 1895 – FAIR Act Fifth Amendment Integrity Restoration Act of 2019

House Bill 1895 was introduced March 27, 2019 in a bipartisan fashion by a number of Republican and Democrat lawmakers, led by Rep. Tim Walberg of Michigan. Similar legislation has been introduced in the past and has met favorable reaction, particularly in the House. The current bill was referred immediately to a number of committees, […]

Missouri HB 1182 – Requires only one motor vehicle license plate for certain motor vehicles

House Bill 1182 was introduced on February 28, 2019. It has since been read a second time in the House. The bill would require a single license plate per vehicle rather than the current dual license plate (front and back) standard. There are many reasons for supporting a single license plate standard. Among them: The […]

Nebraska LB 38 – Provide for one license plate and In Transit decal per vehicle

Legislative Bill 38 was introduced on January 10, 2019 and subsequently was referred to the Legislative Transportation & Telecommunications committee. The bill would require a single license plate per vehicle rather than the current dual license plate (front and back) standard. There are many reasons for supporting a single license plate standard. Among them: The […]

Texas SB 805 – Relating to the number of license plates to be issued for and displayed on certain motor vehicles.

Senate Bill 805 was introduced on February 13, 2019 and subsequently referred to the Senate Transportation Committee. The bill, and its counterpart House Bill 2149, would require a single license plate per vehicle rather than the current dual license plate (front and back) standard. There are many reasons for supporting a single license plate standard. […]

Again, The Lines are Drawn in Ohio: NMA Weekly E-Newsletter #536

In early April, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine approved an $8 billion, two-year transportation budget that included a 10.5 cents-per-gallon gas tax hike and a 19 cent hike on diesel fuel. Raising taxes is always controversial but what has the state’s mayors in a tizzy is something entirely different. When the governor signed off on the […]