License plate accessibility symbol bill passes the Senate unanimously

On April 25, legislation sponsored by State Senator Dan McConchie (R-Hawthorn Woods) that allows those with disabilities to get the accessibility symbol on a regular or specialty plate passed unanimously in the Senate.

Currently, those with disabilities can only get the accessibility symbol on the person with disabilities plate or the disabled veteran plate.

Disability plates allow the authorized holder to park in spaces reserved for persons with disabilities at places such as a mall, grocery store, or retail store.

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