I wonder if this is more serious that kicking a 6 year old out of senior
housing in the other thread
Sullivan is losing his tag because there is at least one Kansan who has held
the SULLY tag longer than he has.
A new state law passed earlier this year is eliminating all duplicate vanity
plates, starting in 2010.
"They have those little county designators up there, but at 70 miles an
hour, you can't really tell which county a tag is from," said Carmen
Alldritt, director of vehicles for the Department of Revenue. "Kansas is one
of a handful of states that was allowing the capability of multiple
registrations of the same vanity plate."
Alldritt said there are around 85,000 vanity tags in Kansas, with around
33,000 duplicates. Letters were sent to every vanity plate holder, informing
them whether or not they will get to keep their tag.
Read more: http://www.kansas.com/news/story/1116664.html#ixzz0bF5QPuOo