School buses could soon start looking more like mobile billboards than a way to transport students.
The General Assembly is considering House Bill 30, which would allow school districts to sell advertising on the exterior of school buses.
The bill recently passed the House and is awaiting a vote by the Senate.
State Rep. Royce Adams, D-Dry Ridge, voted for the bill.
The money raised from the ads would stay in the district and the local school board would decide how to use it.