Congress is moving to give some relief to the people who drive those long cars that take people to special occasions. Southwest Missouri Congressman Roy Blunt represents a district in which stretch limousines are made. His bill is designed to help those who operate them. His bill says states cannot require a license or fee for limousines that provide pre-arranged transportation from one state to another. And, cities could not impose special permits or fees, either. Present law does not allow limo drivers to take someone to another state, and then wait to take that person home. Blunt’s bill allows the limo drivers to wait, but says they cannot get into the local taxi business during the wait.