Provisions governing deputy registrars and motor vehicle dealers in Minnesota could be streamlined under a bill passed Wednesday by the House.
HF3463, sponsored by Rep. John Petersburg (R-Waseca), would make a number of changes to regulations governing vehicle dealers and the agents that handle much of the licensing, title and registration work across the state.
Passed by a 92-31 vote, as amended, the bill now goes to the Senate. There, Sen. John Jasinski (R-Faribault) is the sponsor.
Changes in the bill include those that would:
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