New bill could cost Missouri drivers 22 million dollars a year

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JEFFERSON CITY, MO (KPLR) – Governor Nixon says a plan to increase driver’s license and title fees will cost Missouri drivers 22 million dollars a year.

Supporters of the bills say the money collected, will fund new licensing offices. Nixon vetoed the bill back in August, but now legislature may override the veto.

Current fees vary between two dollars and 50 cents and seven dollars per transaction.