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Coming soon to the DMV… Pride-themed license plates? Sign us up!

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news release.“This bill reaffirms the District’s dedication to our LGBTQ residents and visitors, and also gives drivers an opportunity to make a difference with small but meaningful recurring contributions to OLGBTQA.”“Found a way to show my support for pride month,” Cody Barlow says.The city of Moncton, New Brunswick says it must wait for the results of a national report looking into the safety of the rainbow crosswalks.According to the Pride Plates Amendment Act 2023, “A resident ordering an LGBTQ Pride tag shall pay a one-time application fee and a display fee each year thereafter.

The application fee shall be $25, and the display fee shall be $20, or such other amount as may be established by the Mayor by rule.”Designs for the Pride tags will only be decided if the law passes.

It’s awaiting its first reading.?Today I'm proud to reintroduce the Pride Plates Act, a bill long in the making, which creates a new #Pride license plate option at the DMV w/funds from these plates supporting @DCLGBTQ's work to provide community grants, #Housing & #Employment support to the #LGBTQ community.

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