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Mountain lion plates proving popular
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Mountain lion license plate

This mock-up of the state's mountain lion conservation license plate shows the first name of the state senator responsible for the plates: Ernie Chambers.

More than 5,600 Nebraskans have purchased mountain lion conservation license plates for their vehicles.

The plates, which cost an extra $5, went on sale Oct. 1 after lawmakers approved a bill to create the plates sponsored by state Sen. Ernie Chambers of Omaha.

Sales have raised more than $28,000 for youth wildlife conservation education by the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission, said commission Director Jim Douglas.

"We expect the account will grow," Douglas said.

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