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  • Deadline Extended for Motor Carrier Working Group Applications

    Those interested in being part of AAMVA's new Motor Carrier Working Group now have until February 18th to submit applications. The new Motor Carrier Working Group was recently created by the AAMVA Board of Directors to improve collaboration opportunities for motor carrier experts in your agencies. More information about this volunteer opportunity, please visit the Committtees and Working Groups page.  

    Register Now to Save! 2016 Workshop and Law Institute

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    Register now for AAMVA's 2016 Workshop & Law Institute, March 9-10, 2016, in Cincinnati, Ohio. Early-bird registration ends this Friday, February 12th. Don't delay--register online today.

    Region III and IV Representatives Needed for IDEC Executive Board 

    AAMVA is looking for volunteers to serve as the Region III and IV Representatives on the International Driver Examiner Certification (IDEC) Executive Board. Applicants must be from an IDEC-accredited jurisdiction and are required to attend and actively participate in all Executive Board meetings and activities, and be the liaison between the AAMVA member jurisdictions in your Region. Please complete the application and submit it to committees@aamva.org no later than close of business on Friday, February 19, 2016. (Please copy Denise Hanchulak on your submission at dhanchulak@aamva.org.

    AAMVA at USDOT 50th Anniversary Celebration  

    DOT 50thAnniversaryAAMVA President & CEO Anne Ferro had the opportunity to attend the 50th Anniversary celebration of the U.S. Department of Transportation last week. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx was joined by six former Secretaries of Transportation, Lynda Johnson Robb - daughter of President Johnson - and Deputy Postmaster Ronald Strobal to mark the occasion. A strong message resonated through all former and current Secretaries of Transportation:

    • Safety is and always has been their top priority, and we're a safer nation for it;
    • Automation in vehicles and social network technology in people's hands is dramatically changing the face of transportation and will change it for years to come.

    For more information, including a video from the current and former secretaries, visit the US DOT's Fastlane Blog.

    Here are the most popular stories from AAMVA Regional News – January 29, 2016.

    Local DMV Employee Accused of Embezzling State Funds (Virginia)

    An employee of the Waynesboro DMV customer service center has been charged with three counts of embezzling public funds. Read the full story at DailyProgress.com

    Virginia Bill Would Allow DMV To Offer Same-Sex Marriage Licenses if Clerks Object

    Virginia legislators believe they've found a solution to the battle between Christian county clerks and gay marriage, also known as religious freedom vs. the law.  Last summer's Obergefelle v. Hodges ruling, which declared gay marriage a national right, put Christian county clerks in the uncomfortable and morally challenging situation of having to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples. Read the full story at TownHall.com.

    New Microchips on Michigan Driver's Licenses to Contain Emergency Contact Information

    It's becoming more than just a license to drive. Your driver's license will soon have information that could help in a medical emergency. Read the full story at WWMT.com

    Joint Underage Drinking Investigation Uncovers Flagrant Violations of New York State Laws at Geneseo Bar 

    New York State Liquor Authority (SLA) Chairman Vincent A. Bradley and Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) Executive Deputy Commissioner Terri Egan today announced the results of a joint enforcement action at "The Statesmen," a tavern located at 86 Court Street in Geneseo. Read the press release for more.

    For the rest of the most recent news, read AAMVA Regional News – January 29, 2016.

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