CHESAPEAKE (AP) A Chesapeake judge says an Iraq war veteran must start anew to get personalized license plates that include a term deemed offensive by some Arab-Americans. Sean Bujno’s plate reads: “ICUHAJI,” which can be read to state: “I See ...Read More »
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CHESAPEAKE (AP) — A court hearing is set in a legal battle between the state and an Iraq war veteran over his personalized license plate. Sean Bujno’s plate reads: “ICUHAJI,” which can be read to state: “I See You, Haji.” ...Read More »