New bill could reestablish veteran license plates
California military veterans may soon get back their distinctive license plates.
Assemblywoman Susan Bonilla of Concord has introduced a bill to reestablish the veteran plates that were discontinued in 2010.
Veterans groups have been lobbying ever since to bring back the plates available only to those who've served in the military.
The plates were replaced three years ago with ones "honoring" veterans that anyone could buy.
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