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Two bills by Hill up for Senate vote Monday

FROM STAFF REPORTS
BATON ROUGE -- Two bills, sponsored by Rep. Dorothy Sue Hill, D-Dry Creek, are up for a vote in the state Senate on Monday.
House Bill 642 would authorize an increase in court costs -- not to exceed $50 -- for all traffic offenses in the Oberlin Municipal Court.
The law would require that all fees derived from additional costs be deposited in a special account and used to defray operational costs for the Oberlin Police Department.
House Bill 304 would create the Louisiana Cattlemen's Association" special prestige license plate.
Find more on locally sponsored bills at legis.state.la.us.
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People : Dorothy Sue Hill
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