The Maine State Senate today, June 8, backed a plan to restore restrictions on vulgar and obscene Maine license plates.
The bill from Sen. Bill Diamond, would according to the Bangor Daily News, remove about 400 plates currently in use.
If the bill becomes law, the state can withdraw or refuse vanity plates that among other things encourage violence or includes obscenities, derogatory references or sexual acts.
The bill from Sen. Bill Diamond, D-Windham, would remove roughly 400 plates from the roads containing profanity, slang and other so-called “vulgar” plates. https://t.co/VmIj2UpHAp
— Bangor Daily News (@bangordailynews) June 8, 2021
The Maine state Senate is backing a measure aimed at restoring restrictions on vulgar and obscene plates. https://t.co/enoQhsWRtN
— Maine Public (@MainePublic) June 8, 2021