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Bill would allow Kentucky to start charging for handicap parking placards again

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So many people have been applying for handicap parking placards in Kentucky the state wants to start charging for them again. So many people have been applying for handicap parking placards in Kentucky the state wants to start charging for them again.
In 2008, the state issued just over 32,000 signs. The next year, when the state stopped charging a fee, 209,000 signs were issued. In 2008, the state issued just over 32,000 signs. The next year, when the state stopped charging a fee, 209,000 signs were issued.

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- So many people have been applying for handicap parking placards in Kentucky the state wants to start charging for them again.

The Kentucky House has passed a bill that would still let disabled people get one parking placard for free, but it would cost $10 to get another one.

In 2008, the state issued just over 32,000 signs. The next year, when the state stopped charging a fee, 209,000 signs were issued.

That made it difficult for many handicapped people to find parking spots.

The bill now heads to the Senate.

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