Idaho governor signs ‘Choose Life’ license plate into law
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Idaho residents will be able to display their opposition to abortion on their license plates under a bill signed into law by Gov. Brad Little.
The Republican governor on Tuesday signed the measure that creates a “Choose Life” license plate.
It will be available in 2021 and cost $35, with renewals costing $25 plus standard registration fees.
Of that, $22 of the initial registration and $12 of the renewal will go to Choose Life Idaho, Inc.
The group on its website said the money will be used at resource centers and other entities to encourage alternatives to abortion.
The group also said that the plates are available in 32 states and have raised more than $28 million, with some 1.2 million plates having been sold or renewed since 2000.