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Choose Life Wisconsin Urges Supreme Court to Take "Choose Life" License Plate Case
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Tuesday, August 19, 2014


 After months of hard work, passionate lobbying at the State Capitol, and many phone calls and emails from grassroots pro-lifers, the “Choose Life” Wisconsin license plate was killed by Senate Republican leadership this past April. This positive, life affirming plate is designed to save lives and help women in need by funding crisis pregnancy outreach centers. Unfortunately, the Wisconsin State Senate was more interested in politics than honoring the free speech of pro-life Wisconsinites.

Now, however, attorneys with the Thomas More Society and Wisconsin attorney Michael Dean and his First Freedoms Foundation have filed an amicus brief on behalf of Choose Life Wisconsin, Choose Life America, and Illinois Choose Life. The brief urges the U.S. Supreme Court to take on a lower court case that addresses the free speech rights of Americans who want to purchase “Choose Life” license plates. If the Supreme Court agrees to take on the case, it would be a wonderful opportunity for pro-life and pro-family groups to argue for the right to have “Choose Life” license plates across the country.

“Thousands of drivers wish to purchase ‘Choose Life’ specialty plates in order to express their personal views in favor of an important societal issue,” said Steve Crampton, Thomas More Society special counsel, “but they are not able to do so because of confusing contradictions in the lower courts. It’s high time that this conflict is resolved once and for all–the forum of specialty plates should include all speech.”