1977The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that New Hampshire could not constitutionally require its citizens to display the state motto “Live Free or Die” on their license plates if the motto was offensive to their religious beliefs. The case stemmed from the issuance of a citation against a Jehovah’s Witnesses follower for violating state law by obscuring the motto on his license plates.1990Pete Rose pleaded guilty …
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