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New AZ Fallen Officer License Plate

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Families of Fallen Police Officers Plate - A new Families of Fallen Police Officers license plate is available November 16, 2007. No special requirements. Available to everyone. The fee is $25 initial application fee and $25 annual renewal, in addition to regular registration fees. $17 goes to a special fund for helping in the healing of family survivors of police officers who died in the line of duty in Arizona. May be ordered online. For plates that are mailed, the postage and handling charge is $2.00 for one plate and $2.70 for two plates.

http://www.azdot.gov/mvd/WhatsNew/whatsnew_2007.asp

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That's something every state should have...I think.

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Nice looking plate. I agree with jterland - all states should have this.

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I wish every state had something to this effect.


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Glad to see this go through.


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good stuff!

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Now that is just AWESOME! Way to ARIZONA!!!!!!

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VERY NICE! every state needs one.


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