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Indiana Gov. Pence visits RV Hall of Fame to sign bill

Indiana Gov. Pence visits RV Hall of Fame to sign bill
SAM HOUSEHOLDER | THE GOSHEN NEWS Indiana Gov. Mike Pence signs Indiana Senate bill 197 into law during a ceremony at the RV/MH Hall of Fame in Elkhart Tuesday. The bill, drafted by Ind. Sen. Carlin Yoder, of Middlebury, no longer requires RV transport drivers to have commercial drivers licenses.

ELKHART, Ind. — Indiana Gov. Mike Pence was in Elkhart County Wednesday to sign a bill into law during a ceremony at the RV/MH Hall of Fame, the Goshen News reported.

Pence signed Senate Bill 197 during a ceremony, surrounded by Hall of Fame patrons and members of the RV industry, that no longer requires a commercial driver’s license for people transporting RVs or tow vehicles.

Pence said it was simple but necessary legislation that is in lockstep with his administration’s platform of cutting red tape.

“It’s a great example of what we do here in Indiana,” Pence said. “We try and make sure that whenever possible, government policy can conform to practices in the marketplace. That’s really what this common sense legislation accomplished; saving cost and red tape for people in this industry.”

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SAM HOUSEHOLDER | THE GOSHEN NEWS Indiana Gov. Mike Pence signs Indiana Senate bill 197 into law during a ceremony at the RV/MH Hall of Fame in Elkhart Tuesday. The bill, drafted by Ind. Sen. Carlin Yoder, of Middlebury, no longer requires RV transport drivers to have commercial drivers licenses.

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