Walker v. Texas Department, Sons of Confederate Veterans, Inc.

Walker v. Texas Department, Sons of Confederate Veterans, Inc. Texas denied the Confederate Veterans’ request to include a Confederate flag on a Texas license plate. The state allowed other groups to add their slogans to the plates. The Court granted cert. on the questions “(1) Whether the messages and images that appear on state-issued specialty license plates qualify as government speech immune from any requirement of viewpoint neutrality; and (2) whether Texas engaged in “viewpoint discrimination” by rejecting the license-plate design proposed by the Sons of Confederate Veterans, when Texas has not issued any license plate that portrays the confederacy or Read More …