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Sunday, February 3, 2013

Vanity plates: some take too much license

Lisa Kleiner is no longer allowed to have the plate “JUGALET” on her car. She drove around with it for several years, then a police officer complained that the term was gang-related and Kleiner received a letter from the state. Kleiner works at a hospital helping cancer patients. She's no gang member. Kleiner said the plates are meaningful to a select pool of music lovers. Juggalo (feminine Juggalette) is simply the name given to fans of Insane Clown Posse, she says.