Not to be confused with vanity plates. You can express your viewpoint on a vanity plate. A committee reviews for state guideline violations, but still I don't think that any on viewpoint would be allowed over another.
Last edited by jimbo; 12-10-12 at 11:57 PM.
Boston: City of Champions. New England Patriots: 2001, 2003, and 2004 Boston Red Sox: 2004, 2007 and 2013 Boston Celtics: 2008 Boston Bruins: 2011 Boston University Men's Hockey: 2008
I can understand the revenue idea of these slogans and stuff on license plates, but it is going over the line. The state does not get to push some idea or viewpoint. if they offered up both sides then I could see it, but that is just another stupid hassle for the state. Just keep your nose out of campaigning political points. if a person wants to slap a anti-abortion sticker onto their car then they are allowed to. No one is taking away that ability. They are just simply saying the state cannot enter into this campaigning BS as that is endorsing one side or the other. We don't need to spend extra money on PC people to make sure that License plates have all sides represented, just get rid of the campaigning all together.
If you want to make profit on these stylized plates then do it through entertainment. you could put sports team logos, or i like fishing, or the state's motto. Youi can make your extra money off of that and leave the political campaigning to the politicians.