Louisiana vehicle inspections stickers to remain in place

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BATON ROUGE, La. – (KTAL/KMSS) – A bill that would have eliminated vehicle inspection stickers in Louisiana has been pulled.

The bill from State Rep. Bagley would have directed the $10 fee for a one-year inspection sticker to be added to the vehicle registration fee.

Rep. Bagley told KTAL/KMSS that the Louisiana Constitution sets a limit on the money for registration renewals and his fee would have exceeded the limit. 

Bagley says if he’s re-elected, he’ll bring the bill up again in two years. Fiscal bills can’t be heard again until the 2021 legislative session. 

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