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Nevada Chauffeurs Get Stay on Stricter Regulation

LCT Staff
Posted on July 12, 2001

A bill in the Nevada Legislature that would establish stricter guidelines for chauffeurs, and would grant the Transportation Services Authority (TSA) more regulatory control over limousine operators, stalled in a senate committee, and will not be placed into the statute books. The bill will resume the process when the state legislators reconvene on February 3, 2003.

Senate Bill 576, introduced by Sen. Bill O?Donnell, R-Las Vegas, would require a thor-ough background and medical check of chauffeurs, to include an FBI check of the applicant's fingerprints for prior felonies in Nevada or any other jurisdic-tion.

For More information see the August issue of LCT.

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