This story from Florida struck me as interesting. There is discussion about having an "I Believe" license plate you can buy, the first overtly religious in the nation. That would be in addition to over 100 other special interest license plates available in Florida at this time. It looks like the plate design with Jesus on the cross is not likely to become available. A more generic cross with a stained glass window is making its way better through the system, with lots of obligatory argument and fuss, of course. (So we are looking at a Protestant plate, as opposed to the somewhat more gorey Catholic version.)
Speaking of Florida, I was surprised to hear that previous governor, Jeb Bush, had gone through a special ceremony to consecrate Florida to the Immaculate Heart of Mary (article pasted below). You know with all the financial, population and climate pressures on Florida, this sure can't hurt. Definitely interesting. This is not recent news. I have no idea how long ago the consecration took place.
Florida Consecrated To Immaculate Heart Of Mary, With Governor Attending
By Michael H. Brown
Update: 5/10/2019. Here is the current list of Florida specialty plates. I don't see anything religious on the list at all. Some interesting plates are "Choose Life," "Family First," "Family Values," and "Freemasonry." FREEMASONRY ??? Why would they even want to announce that they are in a secret society? Good grief.