Oklahoma senators file bill to make 'Make America Great Again,' 'Keep America Great' license plates


A supporter of Donald Trump holds up a “Make America Great Again” sign as the candidate addresses supporters during a campaign stop at the International Exposition Center on October 22, 2016 in Cleveland, Ohio. (Photo by Justin Merriman/Getty Images)

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OKLAHOMA CITY – Two Oklahoma state senators want “Make America Great Again” and “Keep America Great” specialty license plates available for purchase in the Sooner State.

Sen. Nathan Dahm has filed Senate Bill 1384 with co-author, Sen. Marty Quinn to create the special Oklahoma plates, KFOR reports.

“With the introduction of these specialty license plates, we are providing Oklahomans with the option to show their support for America,” Dahm said. “The added benefit of these special license plates is the proceeds from their sales will support two veteran groups here in Oklahoma that President Trump has donated to in the past.”

The Senators say that for every purchase of the specialty licenses, $10 would be donated to Folds of Honor Foundation and $10 to Warriors for Freedom Foundation.

“I believe these license plates could be very popular with Oklahomans,” said Sen. Quinn. “Our president has been very supportive of veterans, and these plates are a great way to give back to some very deserving Oklahoma veteran groups.”

The fee for special license plates is $35 per year, in addition to all other registration fees. $20 of the plate fee supports the charity, foundation, or fund designated by the special plate.

There are currently 98 special plates available in Oklahoma.



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