A House panel endorsed a bill Thursday that would put the brakes on many of the special license plates that allow Arizonans to display support for various causes.Read More »
A commemorative license plate emblazoned with an Arizona state flag-inspired graphic and the phrase “1912 Centennial 2012” across the bottom was released Oct. 31 by the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT).Read More »
One of the most unexpectedly controversial issues from last session — the creation of a “Don’t Tread on Me” license plate meant to help Tea Party groups raise money — is off to a slow start since the governor signed the law.Read More »
If a cactus and sunset don’t suit a driver, Arizonans can now opt for one of the 49 specialty plates when they register their cars.
But some call the numerous specialty plates, including the ironic Tea Party plate and one for the embattled Phoenix Coyotes, a threat to public safety and private groups using the government to pad their bottom lines.
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer has signed bills approving 11 new special license plates, including one to commemorate the tea party and send donations toward the movement.Read More »
Tea party supporters in Arizona could show off their affinity for the movement on their vehicles if Gov. Jan Brewer signs a bill sent to her Wednesday creating a special "Don't Tread On Me" license plate.Read More »
A bill approved by the Arizona House Tuesday would allow the issuance of special license plates to commemorate the state's centennial.Read More »
In a rite of spring, state legislators are proposing at least 12 special license plates that would add to nearly 50 offered by the Arizona Department of Transportation.Read More »
Rep. Steve Farley, D-Tucson, who authored the bill, said a ban would help prevent lawbreakers from escaping the consequences of speeding or red-light running.Read More »