The Arizona State Senate is considering a bill to introduce specialty license plates with the Gadsden Flag phrase turned Tea Party slogan, "Don't Tread On Me," with funds generated by those plates going to promote the Tea Party in ways well beyond car bumpers.
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As the Arizona Daily Star noted Thursday, the state Senate is considering a bill that would create a license plate depicting the Gadsden Flag's iconic image, a coiled snake on a yellow background, complete with the "Don't Tread On Me" tag line. Similar specialty plates have been proposed in Virginia, Nevada, and South Carolina, while Texas has already approved creating such a license plate.
Yet what's interesting about this particular plate is that the money generated from its sale would be used specifically to fund tea party causes.