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State senator, others debate ADOT ruling on $32 fee

The Arizona Department of Transportation is demanding that motorists whose registrations are good only through June 30 also pay a $32 fee, even though the funds collected will be for renewed registrations that begin July 1. That decision angered state Sen. Michelle Ugenti-Rita, R-Scottsdale who led the fight to repeal the fee and came up with the language about exactly when it would finally expire. (Capitol Media Services 2021 file photo by Howard Fischer)

The Arizona Department of Transportation is demanding that motorists whose registrations are good only through June 30 also pay a $32 fee, even though the funds collected will be for renewed registrations that begin July 1. That decision angered state Sen. Michelle Ugenti-Rita, R-Scottsdale who led the fight to repeal the fee and came up with the language about exactly when it would finally expire. (Capitol Media Services 2021 file photo by Howard Fischer)

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