Florida May Get Confederate License Plate
A Confederate specialty license plate for the Sunshine State is a step closer to reality due to a federal judge's ruling.
The Son's of Confederate Veterans group wants the legislature to approve the plate.
Any group requesting a specialty plate in Florida must first pay a $60,000 application fee, get legislative approval and public approval from at least 30,000 supporters. At last count, they had 45,000 signatures on their petition.
Nine other states have Confederate flag tags. The group would use the money raised from the tags for education, scholarships and the preservation of certain historical areas.
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