More Controversy as To Kentucky Vanity License Plates
Recently, on the Religion Clause Blog, that was reported a decision of the federal district court requiring the Kentucky transportation Cabinet to issue the license plate “IM God”; HERE IS A LINK to my review of that posting
As reported on the Religion Clause Blog, another dispute has arisen with respect to Kentucky vanity license plates. In this instance, the holder of the plate “INFDL” sought to transfer it to a different vehicle after holding it for some 12 years. The Kentucky transportation cabinet rejected that offer effort, on the basis that the plate “violates the ban on personalized plates that discriminate, represent a political belief or promote a specific faith, religion or anti-religion.” A lawsuit has now been filed challenging that determination.
HERE ISA LINK to that posting on the Religion Clause Blog.
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