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    Second Amendment license plate?

    Did the Missouri license plate with the snake on it pass and can we get one? I went to DMV and asked about the don't tread on me plate and the picture the lady at the counter brought up looks just like the regular plate with the exception that it said don't tread on me under Missouri. Is this correct? Or is there a yellow one with a snake on it?


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    On May 30, the leadership of the Missouri General Assembly delivered a number of pieces of legislation to Governor Jay Nixon. Three of these bills were NRA-backed bills that, if enacted into law, will preserve and protect Second Amendment rights of Missouriís residents. Governor Nixon now has 45 days to sign this legislation into law.
    Senate Bill 480 is the transportation omnibus bill that establishes a special National Rifle Association license plate, as amended by state Representative Eric Burlison (R-136) and supported by its author, state Senator Bill Stouffer (R-21). Purchase of Missouri NRA license plates will help fund important pro-Second Amendment activities in the Show-Me State.
    Now what it looks like, I don't know...

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    http://dor.mo.gov/pdf/specialty_plates.pdf

    http://dor.mo.gov/motorv/plates/#preview

    Down at the bottom, drop-down menu. The NRA plate is not currently listed. The Don't Tread On Me plate was designed by a loony-lib-sock-puppet apparently, and not the design I submitted to my state rep.
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    Yea the link to the pic of the plate is the same one lady at DMV showed me


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    Thanks for the help guys


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    Quote Originally Posted by OC for ME View Post
    http://dor.mo.gov/pdf/specialty_plates.pdf

    http://dor.mo.gov/motorv/plates/#preview

    Down at the bottom, drop-down menu. The NRA plate is not currently listed. The Don't Tread On Me plate was designed by a loony-lib-sock-puppet apparently, and not the design I submitted to my state rep.
    Didn't little Robin Carnahan design that plate?

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