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← Texas approves 'One State Under God' license plate

Kim Probable's Avatar Jump to comment 18 by Kim Probable

Yeah. It's just about "free speech." Sure.

Motorists who choose to buy the plate pay a surcharge, which is divided between the state and the sponsoring group -- in the case of Calvary Hill, a Christian-based youth anti-gang ministry in the east Texas city of Nacogdoches.

LA Times writeup

Mon, 12 Dec 2011 22:24:56 UTC | #898392