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The state of Michigan has agreed to settle a lawsuit over a restrictive policy on personalized license plates.
Of 71 lawsuits that ended with the state paying, 27 — more than a third — came from Michigan’s Corrections Department.
It’s good news for Michigan motorists who are tired of waiting in long lines at the Secretary of State office.
David Devarti of Ann Arbor says he paid for the plate, only to get a letter in the mail from the Secretary of State saying that he couldn’t use it.
The Secretary of State has asked the state Attorney General’s office to investigate 10 people who aren’t U.S. citizens but have voted in past Michigan elections.
A Washtenaw County man is suing the state over its refusal to grant a license plate that says “WAR SUX.”
State officials say they’ve defused a controversy and issued a personalized license plate to an Upper Peninsula man who wanted to use a variation of the word “infidel.”
A significant number of drivers have been trying to register vehicles with phony insurance certificates, according to Michigan’s secretary of state.
A half-million of the plates have been sold since they debuted in 2000, putting the East Lansing school squarely ahead of its rival to the southeast.
Ruth Johnson had been opposed to granting licenses and IDs to undocumented immigrants in the state.