Oklahoma state senators want 'MAGA' license plate designs, raising campaign finance concerns

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Two Republican state senators proposed specialty license plate designs for drivers in Oklahoma that includes two of President Donald Trump's campaign slogans.

If approved, drivers in the state could select plates with "Make America Great Again" and "Keep America Great," for a 35 annual fee.

Though the fee would be split between two veterans' charities and not directly support Trump's re-election campaign, the Washington Post reports that it could still violate campaign finance laws if the state uses taxpayer dollars or resources to make the plates.

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Two Republican state senators in Oklahoma proposed specialty license plates that, if approved, would display two of President Donald Trump's campaign slogans.

Two designs for the plates proposed by state Sens. Nathan Dahm and Marty Quinn include two of Trump's signature slogans, "Make America Great Again" and "Keep America Great," for drivers who wanted to upgrade their license plates.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Extremists turned a frog meme into a hate symbol, but Hong Kong protesters revived it as an emblem of hopeSee Also:Trump has run out of options and is asking US allies for help with Iran, but they've already abandoned himTrump called top national-security officials 'losers,' 'dopes and babies' when they tried to walk him through the basics of US diplomacy, an explosive new book saysTrump lavished praise on Giuliani, then hinted he may throw him under the bus by denying any knowledge of a letter his attorney sent Ukraine's presidentSEE ALSO: A VC tweeted a photo of himself wearing a MAGA hat, and now he's being called out as 'needlessly divisive' and 'tone deaf'