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Among the letter/number combinations prohibited by the state’s news rule on “special prestige license plates” are:
- References to “sex, sexual acts or body parts … excrement or … bodily fluids”;
- Slurs on “a religious belief or being, race, ethnicity, gender, or sexual orientation”;
- Items subject to trademark or copyright;
- References to “a crime or criminal activity under state or federal law;
- Terms that “might reasonably result in an immediate breach of the peace”;
- The word “hate” and all its variants, such as “h8” or “haytr”;
- References to “weapons, drugs or alcohol.”