Senate to vote on new special license plate for educators

March 19, 2013

Arizona already has 53 special license plates, but it may be getting another. Lawmakers are looking to create a so-called “extraordinary educators” special license plate to raise money for public school teachers. A senate committee is slated to vote today on a bill establishing the plate. The House already passed the measure in a 50-6 vote. It costs $32,000 to create a new plate, and if passed, proponents of the educators’ license plate would have until 2016 to raise the funds.

 

 

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