Judge rules California can't deny man wanting 'QUEER' on his license plate | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Judge rules California can't deny man wanting 'QUEER' on his license plate

A judge ruled on Tuesday against the state of California trying to prevent a man from putting the word "QUEER" on his license plate, saying that it violated his free speech rights.

U.S. District Judge Jon Tigar said on Tuesday that the state could not ban speech from license plates on the basis that it was "offensive to good taste and decency."

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