Gay couples may not be able to legally marry in the Maryland, but there's a new way to show support for gay marriage and equality in the Free State: Equality Maryland license plates.
The Motor Vehicle Administration (MVA) and Equality Maryland have partnered to come up with a specialty plate, a la the "Save the Bay" plates or the plates for retired police or firefighters, for the advocacy group, which lobbies Annapolis to secure the rights of the LGBT community.
For just $50 you can trade in your plates for new ones featuring Equality Maryland's signature red and gold equality symbol. You can't order these through MVA, though—you've got to use this handy
on the Equality Maryland site.