H.R.6456 - Military CDL Act of 2012

To amend title 49, United States Code, to permit a State to issue a commercial driver's license to a member of the Armed Forces whose duty station is located in the State. view all titles (2)

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  • Official: To amend title 49, United States Code, to permit a State to issue a commercial driver's license to a member of the Armed Forces whose duty station is located in the State. as introduced.
  • Short: Military CDL Act of 2012 as introduced.

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09/19/12
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Larry Bucshon

R-IN

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Official Summary

9/20/2012--Introduced.Military CDL Act of 2012 - Revises certain commercial driver's license (CDL) requirements with which a state must comply in order to avoid the administrative penalty of a withholding by the Secretary of Transportation (DOT) of a percentage of the state's app

Official Summary

9/20/2012--Introduced.Military CDL Act of 2012 - Revises certain commercial driver's license (CDL) requirements with which a state must comply in order to avoid the administrative penalty of a withholding by the Secretary of Transportation (DOT) of a percentage of the state's apportionment of certain federal-aid highway program funds. Permits a state to issue a CDL to an individual who operates or will operate a commercial motor vehicle and who:
(1) is an active duty member of the Armed Forces, including the military reserves, National Guard, U.S. Coast Guard, or Coast Guard Auxiliary; and
(2) is not domiciled in the state, but whose temporary or permanent duty station is located there.

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