I think I want to move to Arizona, just so I can get this license plate, which is way cooler than the crappy one officials just unveiled here in Rhode Island last week.
Arizona is going to start producing an official charity license plate honoring rocker Alice Cooper! Lawmakers in the Grand Canyon State have passed a bill creating a new specialty license plate inspired by Alice Cooper who grew up in the state!
The primary sponsor of the bill, Rep. Joseph Chaplik, a Republican from Scottsdale, says he was pleased to see it signed into law by Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey.
Drivers will have to pay an additional 25 dollars on top of the regular cost of a standard plate for this specialty plate. Seventeen dollars from the sale of each will be donated to the nonprofit, "Alice Cooper's The Rock Teen Center," which provides free music, dance and art classes to kids in Phoenix and Mesa, Arizona.
Right now the charity is in talks with the Arizona Department of Transportation to decide what artwork will be chosen for the plates. They say it will be available to purchase by motorists by the end of 2022.