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Vanity Plate

A man should have been permitted to have “IM GOD” on a vanity license plate, a federal court in Kentucky ruled, finding that the state violated his First Amendment rights when it prohibited him from having the plate. 

FRANKFORT, Ky. – A man should have been permitted to have “IM GOD” on a vanity license plate, a federal court in Kentucky ruled, finding that the state violated his First Amendment rights when it prohibited him from having the plate. 

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