Looks to eventually end up in the SC, but you never know. We do know that there are currently 26 or so states with "Choose Life" plates and something like 3 for "Respect Choice" - some of that may be due to court decisions (e.g. ACLU dropped its case in Ohio after the above ruling), some to low interest in a "Respect Choice" plate. I'd be surprised if there weren't a challenge in every single state where the ACLU/Planned Parenthood believes it has a case.“Choose Life” is Tennessee’s public message, just as “Live Free or Die” communicated New Hampshire’s individualist values and state pride. The evil in Wooley was that the automobile owners were compelled to disseminate the message; here automobile owners are not only not compelled, they have to pay extra to disseminate the message.
Last edited by Taylor; 12-13-12 at 05:31 PM.