OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - The Oklahoma Tax Commission would be
allowed to stop mailing car tag renewal notices under a bill
pending in the state Senate.
The bill would let the commission send notices by e-mail. But
some opponents say many people - especially those in rural Oklahoma
- may not have access to e-mail.
Tax Commission spokeswoman Paula Ross says mailing the notices
cost more than a million dollars a year.
State Sen. Mike Mazzei says the bill would be revised to still
allow mailed notices - but at a fee of $1.
A hearing on the bill is scheduled for Tuesday.
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