Idaho DMV Unconstitutionally Denies Service
For Motorcycle Club Colors
If you have been following the headlines regarding Motorcycle Club Colors the last couple of years, you would be bouncing around like a Ping-Pong ball!
March 2, 2019: Motorcycle Profiling is Oﬃcial Daytona PD Policy
March 11, 2019: No MC Colors Allowed in Idaho Senate for Profiling Bill Vote
March 25, 2019: Idaho Senate Apologizes To Motorcyclists Forced To Remove Colors
March 28, 2019: Motorcycle Profiling Bill Unanimously Passes Louisiana House
June 5, 2019: Louisiana Unanimously Passes Anti-Motorcycle Profiling Law
July 2, 2019: San Antonio Police Say Wearing MC Colors In Public Is A Crime
September 9, 2019: Utah Police Admit They Profile MC Members
October 29, 2019: Texas Bikers Stop VFW’s No MC Colors Policy
March 19, 2020: Idaho Passes Anti-Motorcycle Proﬁling Law
July 2, 2020: Idaho DMV Unconstitutionally Denies Service For Motorcycle Club Colors
On July 2nd, 2020, a Canyon County, Idaho Sheriff denied a prospect for a 1% Motorcycle Club access to the Canyon County Department of Motor Vehicles to renew his license. It has been long established that an employee of the government is constitutionally prohibited from denying access to an individual wearing motorcycle club colors, or otherwise discriminating against them in any way. The actions of the Canyon County DMV are a blatant violation of the 1st and 14th Amendments and expose public officials to liability under 42 USC Section 1983. The actions of the Canyon County DMV, although not in direct violation, are 100% inconsistent with the new law prohibiting motorcycle profiling that went into effect July 1st, 2020. For the complete article, make sure you are in our email list. If you are a current subscriber, advertiser or ministry supporter and not receiving our Monthly Biker News send an email to: WOGMagUSA@gmail.com and request to be added.