The current controversy is likely to continue for years, as courts have been all over the map, with some ruling that message plates constitute a “public forum,” and others disagreeing.
Twenty-nine states have “Choose Life” plates or have authorized them, according to the Winston-Salem Journal, which doesn’t provide a list of how many states offer “Abort Your Baby” plates, which is probably none.
Seems like an injustice just waiting for an ACLU lawyer to help rectify.
Robert Knight is senior fellow for the American Civil Rights Union and a columnist for The Washington Times.
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