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Short Title

Make failing to display front license plate a secondary offense 
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Long Title To amend sections 4503.21 and 4511.043 of the Revised Code to specify that failure to display a license plate on the front of a motor vehicle that is required to display a front license plate is a secondary traffic offense, to establish a maximum fine of $25 for such an offense, and to name this act the "DuBose Was A Beacon Act."


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Senate Local Government, Public Safety and Veterans Affairs Committee

Primary Sponsors

Cecil Thomas


Vernon Sykes
Kenny Yuko
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