For those who’re in a severe dispute with someone, you may consider filing a lawsuit to get it resolved. Mara Candelaria Reardon (left), Kimberly Jeselskis, of Katz Korin Cunningham, and Reardon’s co-plaintiffs Niki DaSilva, Gabrielle McLemore, and Samantha Lozano attend a press conference to put out the fundamentals of a lawsuit filed against the State of Indiana and Curtis Hill, Indiana Lawyer General, Indianapolis, Tuesday, June 18, 2019.
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The lawsuit challenges certain portions of the regulations governing personalized license plates as illegal, namely people who enable government officers to disclaim plates based on imprecise notions of “good style” as well as those barring customized plates from communicating spiritual, anti-spiritual or political messages.
The plaintiffs are FFRF, a Wisconsin-based mostly nationwide group of 32,000 members on behalf of its 1,four hundred Wisconsin members, and Annie Laurie Gaylor and Dan Barker, FFRF’s co-presidents, in their capacity as state taxpayers and as FFRF lifetime members.