SB 963 Modifies "Macks Creek law" by applying a 45% cap on traffic fine revenues to violations that occur on all highways rather than just state highways
Sponsor: Scott Co-Sponsor(s)
LR Number: 4397S.04I Fiscal Note:
Committee: Economic Development, Tourism & Local Government
Last Action: 1/30/2006 - Second Read and Referred S Economic Development, Tourism & Local Government Committee Journal Page: S142
Title: Calendar Position:
Effective Date: August 28, 2006

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SB 963 - Under this act, if a city, town, or village receives more than 45% of its total annual revenue from traffic fines for violations occurring on state highways, city roads, village roads, county roads or any highway as that term is defined in Section 302.010, RSMo, the additional revenues above the 45% threshold will be sent to the Department of Revenue to be distributed to the schools within the county. The current law only applies to state highways.