An attempt by state lawmakers to cap the fees charged by the Revenue Department for drivers license and motor vehicle records has been tossed by a Jefferson City judge. Cole County Circuit Judge Patricia Joyce has ruled the fee limit provision didn’t fit with the rest of the bill and is unconstitutional. Legislators added the provision to property tax legislation when it came to light that the Revenue Department had been charging $7 a record in May. It had been charging a fraction of a cent for bulk purchases.
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