ABC11 reports that lawmakers approved the plates in 2011 and rejected several proposals to also offer plates with the messages "Trust Women" and "Respect Choice."
A U.S. District Judge later ruled that the anti-abortion plate is unconstitutional, and the state was prohibited from manufacturing the plates while the case was pending, prompting an appeal.
Florida-based Choose Life Inc. has been lobbying for creation of the plates across the country. Twenty-nine states and the District Columbia offer the plates, the organization says, and efforts are underway in several other states.
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