To protect Hoosiers against the peril of gay license plates, the General Assembly took decisive action. It created a study committee. The Interim Study Committee on Special Group Recognition License Plates. The committee was charged (pdf) with studying “policies and procedures concerning the issuance of special group recognition license plates.”
Answering the bell in this, our time of need, the committee issued a report. (pdf) (Technically, it could be a draft, I guess. It’s dated November 1, 2012, so I don’t exactly know what’s going on.) The committee’s recommendation?
The Committee made no findings of fact or recommendations.
But, on the upside, various non-profits testified that it was o.k. for the State to use license plates to raise money for non-profits. Nice work everyone.
(And, yes, I spent way too much time sourcing this post.)