Florida Allows Citizens to Advertise Political Beliefs on License Plates


Odd as it may seem, our New York City culture correspondent Bucky Turco found himself in Florida this week and marveled at the state's license plate citizen advertising program whereby the state lets people select from a list of ahundred or so messages to emblazon their license plates. Without surprise, Turco found and photographed one of the more controversial messages people can choose to slap on their vehicles.

Written by Steve Hall    Comments (3)     File: Outdoor     Mar-17-06  
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That plate is available in several states and was recently upheld as Constitutional by a Federal court.

Posted by: Darrin on March 20, 2006 05:30 PM

I notice there is no freedom of choice plate... figures.

Posted by: chris on March 21, 2006 04:19 PM

There is a process by which any specialized plate theme can be approved (it takes some signatures, application, petition, etc.). If someone wanted to create a "Keep Abortion Legal" plate, they could.
So this is not a case of..."figures."

Posted by: Brent on July 11, 2006 12:35 PM

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