Colorado DMV Vetoes Tofu License Plate
RENEE MONTAGNE, host:
Good morning. I'm Renee Montagne.
It sounds innocent enough. Kelly Coffman-Lee in Colorado is a vegan and she wanted to personalize her license plate to say she loves tofu. But the DMV turned her down. Turns out its rules against obscene messages on plates banned the combination of letters F and U. The license plate would have read: ILVTOFU or in this twitterized world: I love to letter F, letter U.
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