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Idaho Seeks Fewer License Plates

February 7, 2012 State of Idaho, Teton County, Teton Valley No Comments
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You’ve seen the variety of license plates on the cars of residents in neighboring Idaho – commemorating  potatoes, old timers, white water, corvettes, skiers, snowmobiles – 38 specialty plates in all in addition to the standard license plate.  Too many?  Apparently the state legislature thinks so.  The state senate last week voted overwhelmingly to reduce the number of plates that seek to raise funds for foundations or special government projects.  The question now goes before Idaho’s House.  Meanwhile, another House bill would add yet one more specialty plate to Idaho’s collection that would celebrate the state’s territory Sesquicentennial. Wyoming has about a dozen specialty plates in addition to its standard plates.

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