- Associated Press - Saturday, December 26, 2015

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - State officials are now taking applications for a new Nebraska license plate that prominently features corn.

The specialty license plates will be produced if the state receives at least 500 applications for them with payment.

The Nebraska Corn Growers Association developed the license plates with a large ear of corn in front of a field ready to be harvested.

The trade group’s president Larry Mussack says the license plates show support for Nebraska’s top crop and for farmers.

The specialty license plates cost $70 in addition to the normal licensing fees for a vehicle.

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