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House Bill 1095

ARCHIVE (2001)

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DIGEST OF HB1095 (Updated February 20, 2001 4:08 PM - DI 84)

Special group recognition license plates. Reauthorizes the sale of, and requires the bureau of motor vehicles to cease sales of the food bank trust and mental health trust special group recognition license plates under certain circumstances. Provides that the time period in which the food bank and mental health trust license plates must achieve minimum sales requirements begins January 1, 2002. Requires the bureau of motor vehicles commission to exhibit a sample display of certain license plates offered to the public, including all special group license plates, in license branches. Requires each license branch to post a list of certain license plates offered to the public, including the special group recognition license plates. Creates a Huntington College trust special group recognition license plate. Creates an Ancilla College trust special group recognition license plate. Creates a breast cancer trust special group recognition license plate. Creates a Riley Hospital trust special group recognition license plate. Specifies the method of distribution for the funds deposited in the Huntington College, Ancilla College, breast cancer, and Riley Hospital trust funds. Makes conforming changes. Provides that a college or university special group license plate may not be terminated unless the plate fails to sell at least 500 plates in each of two consecutive years. Removes the requirement that a purchaser of a state educational institution trust license plate give consent for the release of the name and address of the purchaser for acknowledgment of purchase. Requires that 25% of the fees collected from sales of the education license plate be allocated to the superintendent of public instruction and 75% be allocated for the benefit of school corporations.
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 In Committee - 2nd House
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