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[Kentucky's New License Plate]
Anti-Smiley Bill Passes Committee
Posted: 21-Feb-2005 5:27AM CST

A bill that would allow the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet to replace the state’s license plate whenever it sees fit was approved by the House Transportation Committee this week. Currently law stipulates that the state’s license plates be replaced every five years. Since the current license plates featuring a smiling sun were introduced in 2003, they are currently scheduled for replacement in 2008.

More information: Associated Press: House panel votes to get rid of smiley plate (Feb. 17, 2005) [Outside Link], WKYT: "Smiley Face" Plate Could Be Phased Out (Feb. 18, 2005) [Outside Link]

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Updated: 21-Feb-2005 5:27AM CST

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