Today on the Moose Morning Show we talked about this guy in Canada who had his name rejected to use as a vanity license plate. According to globeandmail.com, Lorne Grabher’s surname would be offensive to women.
When it comes to vanity plates, the residents of Maine have become very creative. They also became very vocal about wanting to express themselves more freely through vanity plates and the Maine Secretary of State listened...
The Maine Arts Commission and Maine Crafts Association are offering a new Maine specialty license plate to support the arts in Maine. The plate design features the artwork “LOVE” of long-time Vinalhaven resident and internationally recognized artist, Robert Indiana.
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