Supreme Court Declines Review of Anti-Choice License Plates

The Washington Post reports that the Supreme Court denied pro-choice groups’ request that states be blocked from offering specialty license plates that say “choose life.” The cases focused on Louisiana and Tennessee, where drivers can pay extra for anti-choice vanity plates, but are not offered alternative plates that support reproductive freedom. Federal judges in Louisiana and Texas found the license plates unconstitutional, but federal appeals’ courts overturned the decisions.

The revenue from “choose life” license plates is often used to fund Crisis Pregnancy Centers (CPCs) or other anti-choice organizations.
>View NAF’s report on CPCs

For more information, including a list of states offering anti-choice license plates, read the Guttmacher Institute report State Policies in Brief.

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