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Mich. Senate Votes Yes For Eight Year License Plate Renewal

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LANSING, Mich. (WLNS) - The Michigan Senate voted today on a bill that may make license plate renewals mandatory every eight years.

It is a bill that was introduced by the house that would put an eight year expiration date on license plates as well as implement digital printing methods.

Earlier Tuesday the committee of the whole moved the bill forward without any amendments and it will likely be passed in the next day or two.

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