Republican Sen. Joe Negron of Stuart said Thursday he wants end a tax credit for the insurance industry and use the money to roll back increases in fees for driver licenses and auto tags that the state adopted four years ago.
Negron, the Senate budget chairman, said the $220 million in savings the state would earn by erasing the insurance industry credit would allow lawmakers to cut the 2009 driver license and auto registration fee increases by half.
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