House Approves Farley License Bill In Bold Move

Sen. Farley takes a break from working on inconsequential legislation to take the picture of his fellow senators.

On Tuesday, the Arizona House of Representatives passed a bill, sponsored by Senator Steve Farley, that prohibits motorists from obscuring the visibility of a license plate. In a vote of 31-25-4, the nearly inconsequential bill passed with bipartisan support.

The House has been unwilling to address abuses by the Department of Child Safety, reforms of the way the State awards contracts, or a myriad of other urgent matters, so Farley’s bill was ideal for the crew.

Farley was first elected to the Arizona Legislature as State Representative from District 28 in November 2006. Since that time, he has had few legislative successes.

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