RALEIGH, N.C. – A federal judge has ruled it is unconstitutional for North Carolina to issue pro-life license plates unless the state offers similar plates supporting abortion rights.
Okay, easy solution. Offer a "Choose to Abort" license plate with picture of a fetus and a red X over it. Okay, that was a little mean. Offer a "My Right to Choose" license plate with a picture of a woman... enjoying herself? I don't know. Seems like it would be easy to meet the judge's interpretation of constitutional requirements.
Six amendments were proposed in the legislature to authorize an additional new plate that stated either, “Trust Women. Respect Choice,” or simply “Respect Choice.” The legislature rejected all six amendments.
Oh okay, the legislation needs find a way to authorize the inclusion of the viewpoint as a license plate option, without individuals voting on the measure seeming like they are supporting the viewpoint.
Seems like, if a person want to drive around in a car that advertises/identifies himself as pro-choice... in North Carolina... yeah might as well let him. Although, I have no idea why you would be proud of a pro-choice stance. To each his own, I guess.