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That was fast!
The House of Representatives recently passed on its third and final reading House Bill (HB) 5460, which provides incentives for the manufacture, assembly, conversion and importation of electric, hybrid and other alternative-fuel vehicles--just before Congress adjourned for the Lenten break.
Make it 15 years in prison and a fine of P200,000, solon says
Although the Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol, Dangerous Drugs and Similar Substances Act of 2011 in the House of Representative is already on its third and final reading, Rep. Marcelino Teodoro (1st District, Marikina City) apparently thinks its stipulated penalties are
Too good to be true?
With the unabated fluctuation of oil prices in the Philippine market, Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV wants a bill to be passed that would not only limit the profits of petroleum companies but also tax the latter's excess profit."With the oil
Before they can get their driver's licenses
Lawmakers want motorists to undergo mandatory accident-prevention courses before they are issued a driver's license to reduce the number of road accidents in the Philippines.Citing a report by the Department of Health, Rep. Irwin Tieng (Party-list, BUHAY) said
Vehicle owners should be spared of so-called participation fee
A solon wants insurance companies to stop the rampant practice of collecting a participation fee from the owners of vehicles that are covered by a comprehensive insurance to facilitate its repair and the replacement of its parts if it is damaged."This
We have 'green-minded' lawmakers after all
It seems like more lawmakers are becoming concerned about the Philippines' dependence on fossil fuel and the pollution caused by its use as a spate of bills seeking incentives for the production and importation of electric, hybrid and other alternative-fuel-powered
But the NBI is against it
A lawmaker has has filed a bill that seeks to abolish the drug-test requirement for those who are either applying or renewing their driver's licenses.According to the Rep. Benhur Salimbangon (4th District, Cebu), author of House Bill 1023, only
Congressman files bill to combat it
While police authorities are busy going after carjackers, the criminals are busy coming up with new ways to steal vehicles.A lawmaker has just revealed that some carjacking syndicates buy the insurance policy of a totaled vehicle, steal a similar car, and
To deter car thieves
Taking a vehicle from one island to another may soon require some paperwork as two solons are pushing for motorists to secure a clearance from the Philippine National Police Highway Patrol Group (PNP-HPG).Based on House Bill 4500 filed by Rep.
As if bad traffic conditions aren't enough to slow us down
The 60kph speed limit implemented by the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority on Commonwealth Avenue in Quezon City could soon be applied to all the major roads and highways in Metro Manila if Rep. Winston Castelo of the second district of Quezon City
Goodbye, bribery?
Should "kotong cops" get jail time? A lawmaker thinks so.Aurora Rep. Juan Edgardo Angara recently filed House Bill No. 246 or the Kotong Act of 2010, which seeks to punish law enforcers found to be corrupt with dismissal from government service,
Make your vote count!<br />
The House of Representatives is running an online poll asking if the public would appeal the Lemon Law's passage in the Senate. The Lemon Law or House Bill 5115 was approved at the House of Representatives in 2008 and is
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