Two bills by Hill up for Senate vote Monday

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.
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