104 Alerts From the bill tracker Tag


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

UPDATE May 27, 2019: 2019 Legislative Session adjourned without taking action on this bill. 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 […]

Louisiana HB 457 – Provides for the designation of a strict speed enforcement zone in the village of Robeline

UPDATE April 25, 2019: Passed House on 97 to 0 vote, sent to Senate, referred to  Transportation Committee. HB 457 was introduced on March 29, 2019 and then referred to the Committee on Transportation, Highways and Public Works. The Committee reported the bill out with amendments where it passed a 3rd reading in the House. […]

Illinois HB 2373 – Provides that no agency of the State shall disclose the personal information of a driver with a driver’s license issued by the State

HB 2373 was introduced on February 13, 2019, was referred to the House Rules Committee and then assigned to the Transportation: Vehicles & Safety Committee. As of March 29, the bill was re-referred to the Rules Committee. As the title of the bill makes clear, enactment would prohibit any state agency from sharing the personal […]

Iowa HF 658 – A bill for an act increasing certain penalties for speeding in a motor vehicle, providing for the use of the additional moneys, and including applicability provisions

HF 658 was introduced on March 8, 2019 and referred to the House Public Safety Committee. No hearing or vote has been scheduled. The bill increases fines for speeding violations pretty much across the board. HF 658’s title is rather telling: Increase speeding penalties and provide for the use of additional monies raised. This isn’t […]

North Carolina SB 29 – Move Over Law/Increase Penalties

UPDATE July 8, 2019: Passed House vote, 117 to 1, upon second reading. UPDATE June 17, 2019: Re-referred to the Judiciary Committee; if favorable, bill will go to Rules, Calendar, and Operations of the House UPDATE April 18, 2019: Bill was re-referred to House Committee on Rules, Calendar, and Operations. SB 29 was introduced in […]