MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Two weeks after Republicans who control the state Assembly voted to create anti-abortion license plates that say “Choose Life,” Democrats have introduced a proposal to create plates that say “Support Planned Parenthood.”

The measure is sponsored by Democratic state Rep. Chris Taylor, of Madison. She is a former public policy director for Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin.

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Taylor’s bill was introduced Monday and referred to the Assembly’s Transportation Committee. The bill is likely to die in committee. The panel’s chairman, Republican Rep. Keith Ripp, has a 100 percent approval rating with anti-abortion group Wisconsin Right to Life. Taylor’s ranking is 0 percent.

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Two weeks ago the Assembly voted to create the “Choose Life” plates, with the money raised going to a corporation newly formed by anti-abortion groups.

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