Notice of Introduction for Substitute Senate Bill 5738 - Update: 10 Year Analysis Complete

Office of Financial Management

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SSB 5738, titled AN ACT Relating to creating the LeMay-America's Car Museum special license plate, has been introduced in the Senate. The Office of Financial Management has identified this bill as requiring a ten-year projection of increased cost to the taxpayers or affected fee payers.

Ten-year projection:

Department of Licensing:

INDETERMINATE - If this bill becomes law, it will allow vehicle owners the option to choose a new type of specialty license plate for their vehicle in lieu of the standard issue plate.  There is no information available and it is not known how many of these new specialty plates might be purchased.


Ten-year projection prepared in consultation with the following agencies:

Department of Licensing

The substitute bill was proposed by:

Senate Committee on Transportation
(360) 786-7300

The original bill sponsors and contact information are:

Senator Steve Conway, Prime Sponsor
(360) 786-7656

Senator Chris Gildon
(360) 786-7648

Senator Yasmin Trudeau
(360) 786-7652

Senator T'wina Nobles
(360) 786-7654

Senator Curtis King
(360) 786-7626

Senator Claire Wilson
(360) 786-7658

Senator Marko Liias
(360) 786-7640

Senator Matt Boehnke
(360) 786-7614

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