Gov. Ritter vetoes farm vehicle bill
DENVER (AP) – Colorado Gov. Bill Ritter has vetoed a measure that would have eased restrictions on registering a farm vehicle.
The bill would have barred issuers of farm truck license plates from requiring owners to show proof of eligibility for those agricultural license plates.
Under current law, people registering a farm truck may be required to provide tax records to prove they work in agriculture.
Ritter says the law has worked well for decades, and he is not convinced there is a compelling need for a change.
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