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“[M]any young children of reading age ride in vehicles and are unwillingly exposed to license plates on other vehicles,” the motion to dismiss said. “They sometimes amuse themselves by reading or playing games with license plates. And because vehicles often travel in residential neighborhoods, youth may be exposed to license plates from their yards or driveways.”
The document went on to note that courts often allowed “the physical and emotional wellbeing of youth” to trump free speech rights protected by the First Amendment.
DeVarti, however, said it was “ridiculous” that anyone could be offended by the plate.
“I feel like this is a statement of who I am,” he explained, “and, at the same time, I think that it’s a positive message that we should be conveying of, hey, war is a bad idea, and we should do everything we can to avoid it.”
reply to post by tothetenthpower
Some one should get a licence plate that say KIL PPL and see if that causes an uprising