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The license plate of Peter Starostecki, who is vegan, which was rejected in Maine’s effort to crack down on lewd and vulgar plates. The state determined that Starostecki’s tag could have been a reference to sex, while the motorist insists that there is no mistaking his intent. He has several tofu-related stickers on the back of his vehicle. Starostecki said the plate was his protest against eating meat and animal products. (Associated Press — March 9, 2023)

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  • Mississippi state Sen. Joey Fillingane, regarding a bill that would restrict electric car manufacturers from opening new brick-and-mortar dealerships in the state unless they follow the same rules as traditional carmakers. Fillingane has criticized the bill for potentially causing the state to fall behind others in the race to attract EV companies’ investments. The bill was passed by the Legislature and will head to Gov. Tate Reeves’ desk. (Associated Press — March 3, 2023)
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  • Former College Park, Md., Councilwoman Denise Mitchell, regarding the arrest of Mayor Patrick Wojahn on 16 counts of distributing child pornography and 40 counts of possessing it. Wojahn resigned on Thursday, March 2, and Mitchell has stepped in to serve as mayor pro tempore until a special election is held. (NPR — March 3, 2023)
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