COLUMBUS, Ohio - Ohio motorists will soon be able to choose from 255 different specialty license plates.
Gov. John Kasich will add three more to the collection when he signs a new bill into law later this month.
The Dayton Daily News reports that the measure will create specialty plates for "Nationwide Children's Hospital," "Power Squadron," and for holders of the Combat Action Ribbon or the Combat Action Badge.
Ohio drivers can already shout out their support for cops, cattlemen, firefighters, freemasons, scenic rivers, coal and more. They can tell people to "Celebrate Kids," "Choose Life," "Donate Life," "Share the Road," "Support Our Troops," "Fish Ohio" or "Visit Our Zoos."
Ohio also offers 58 different plate logos for colleges and universities. Ohio State University is the top seller.
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