Indiana is ending a short-lived policy which had barred God from being used on personalized license plates.
this is great, if for no other reason than because the policy was an unconstitutional prior restraint.
Today, Stiver said the BMV is returning to the original policy, in which a committee of BMV employees decides whether to grant personalized license plates based solely on whether they are obscene or would violate community standards of decency. He called it a matter of using "common sense."
Letters will be sent to some 60 motorists who had requested plates with messages similar to Ferris's offering them the chance of obtaining them now.¶