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Monday, May 11, 2009

4 New License Plates To Choose From


Idaho drivers have four more special license plates to choose from. Gov. Butch Otter signed a bill into law today creating four new license plates, including one for families who’ve lost a member in combat, one for Idaho Freemasons or Shriners, one backing education for youngsters about earth science and lapidary (cutting gem stones- what the heck?), and one to recognize commercial innovation.

Okay, how many of you plan to get a license plate recognizing commercial innovation? The picture shows you what they look like. And how many youngsters are really into 'lapidary??'

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