UA alum can keep anti-ASU license plate

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By Mike Gertzman By Mike Gertzman

TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) -- The state is allowing a University of Arizona graduate to bear down anti-Arizona State University sentiment through his personalized license plate.

The Arizona Daily Star says the state's Motor Vehicle Division notified Josh Miller by email Wednesday that he won't have to give up the plate, which reads "LOLASU."

The decision is a reversal of the department's previous demand that he hand over the plate by Feb. 16.

Miller says he received notice in October that someone had filed a complaint. Miller, who graduated in 1999, has had the plate for more than two years.

A financial adviser living in Phoenix, Miller previously lost two appeals to keep it.

Miller says even ASU grads he works with think the plate is funny.


Information from: Arizona Daily Star,

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