BMV to issue $29M in refunds

The Indianapolis STAR reports, about 180,000 Indiana motorists may be entitled to excise tax refunds due to their vehicles being improperly classified during registration. County and local governments will also take a hit as a result of the mistake because the BMV distributes excise taxes to them.

To mitigate the impact to local governments, the state will cover the upfront cost of refunds to taxpayers and will recoup the overpayment by adjusting distributions to local governments over the next two years, BMV officials said.

Read the full Indianapolis STAR story here.

Campaigning for Reelection While Governing

Public officials running for office should review applicable criminal statutes. To view a summary of some of the applicable statutes click here.

New Moped Laws Go into Effect January 1, 2015 

Beginning January 1, 2015, new laws go into effect regarding the licensing and registration of Motor Driven Cycles, previously referred to as mopeds and motorized bicycles. For more information on the new laws click here.


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