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2015-2016 Regular Session - HB 114
Drivers' licenses; provide for use of paper eye charts for testing of noncommercial driver's vision; provisions
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First Reader Summary
A BILL to be entitled an Act to amend Chapter 5 of Title 40 of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated, relating to drivers' licenses, so as to provide for the use of paper eye charts for the testing of noncommercial driver's vision; to provide for notice of certain information from the department to be sent by first-class mail; to provide for the issuance of limited driving permits to noncommercial drivers in certain instances; to provide for a waiver of the application fee for instruction permits in certain instances; to allow photographs on drivers' licenses and identification cards to be in black and white; to provide for the conditions under which limited driving permits shall be issued; to provide for related matters; to repeal conflicting laws; and for other purposes.
Status History
Jan/11/2016 - Senate Recommitted
Jan/11/2016 - Senate Taken from Table
Mar/31/2015 - Senate Tabled
Mar/26/2015 - Senate Read Second Time
Mar/26/2015 - Senate Committee Favorably Reported By Substitute
Mar/13/2015 - Senate Read and Referred
Mar/11/2015 - House Passed/Adopted By Substitute
Mar/11/2015 - House Third Readers
Feb/20/2015 - House Committee Favorably Reported By Substitute
Jan/29/2015 - House Second Readers
Jan/28/2015 - House First Readers
Jan/27/2015 - House Hopper
03/11/2015 Modified Structured Rule; 3/31/2015 Tabled in Senate; 1/11/2016 Taken from table in Senate; 1/11/2016 recommitted to Senate Committee on Public Safety
Mar/11/2015 - House Vote #166Yea(163)Nay(1)NV(11)
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