Road Signs

Friday, March 24, 2006


In recent years, anti-choice advocates have found a new way to take their message to the street. In more than a dozen states, they’ve convinced lawmakers to start offering specialty license plates bearing the message “Choose Life.” Pro-choicers have sued, but last week, a federal appeals court ruled that Tennessee’s version of the plate qualified as constitutionally-protected “government speech.” Bob parses the decision with First Amendment Center attorney David Hudson.

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