Oklahoma Lawmakers Propose 'Make America Great Again' License Plate

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A new bill proposed in the state senate could give Oklahoma drivers the option of sporting "Make America Great Again" and "Keep America Great" on their license plates.

Co-sponsored by Sens. Nathan Dahm and Marty Quinn, Oklahoma City's KFOR-TV says if passed, it would make the Sooner State the first in the nation to have these slogans on vanity vehicle tags.

Dahm wants the $35 annual fee charged for the custom plates to be put towards two local groups that support US military veterans.

"This is a great way that people can support America and support those ideas of keeping America great," said Dahm

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