NH Supreme Court seeks amicus briefs in case involving DMV rejection of COPSLIE license plate

The court is soliciting amicus briefs or memoranda from interested persons on the foll owing issue: In denying the petitioner’s requested vanity license plate on the basis that a reasonable person would find it offensive to good taste, did the DMV violate his rights under Part I, Article 22 of the New Hampshire Constitution or the First Amendment to the United States Constitution?


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