“This isn’t the last time you’re gonna hear MNLARS.”
Hanska Representative Paul Torkelson’s statement after the House approved $10 million to continue fixing the state’s vehicle registration system and sent the legislation to Governor Mark Dayton for his signature.
Torkelson noted that the, “Original request of course was for $43 million. This is only $10 million so, yes, we will have some more work to do to evaluate that request and see if there’s some way that we should or could address it.”
There’s also talk at the legislature about compensating deputy registrars for additional costs they incurred because of problems with MNLARS.
Some lawmakers say there should be amnesty for motorists who received citations because license plates or tabs weren’t issued promptly.