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      Bill proposes getting rid of dual license plates in Ohio


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      bill in
      Columbus could make dual license plates in Ohio a thing of the past.


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      ation would require only one plate per vehicle.


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      Cleveland Plain Dealer reports state representatives Terry Johnson and Stephen Slesnick say the move could save the state more than $1 million dollars each year. They add it will save money for drivers whose vehicles aren't built for front plates.


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      ome law enforcement officials say front and back plates make it easier for people to report crimes.

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