D.C. Councilmember Elissa Silverman talks about yet another contentious D.C. Council meeting and the latest coronavirus news. And Arlington County Board Chair Libby Garvey talks about how the county is handling the pandemic and rethinking policing.
Guest Host: Marc Fisher
Quirky, colorful license plates can show a driver’s support for everything from the Chesapeake Bay to the Tar Heels. But they have a controversial side too, as evidenced by the recent debate in Virginia’s legislature about whether to approve specialty plates proposed by abortion-rights advocates and their opponents. We look at how topics for plates get chosen and how much revenue they really generate.
- Jason King Director of Public Affairs for the American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators
- Stefan Lonce Author of the forthcoming book "LCNS2ROM - License to Roam: Vanity License Plates and the GR8 Stories They Tell." He's also editor of the Montauk Sun.
- Melanie Stokes Public and Media Relations Manager for the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles
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