The Utah Jazz won two blowouts Thursday in the Utah Legislature.
HB214, which would create special Utah Jazz license plates to raise money for charities, slam-dunked its way through both chambers, 57-12 in the House and 25-0 in the Senate. It now goes to Gov. Gary Herbert for his signature.
The plates would cost vehicle owners who requested them an extra $25, with money going to a restricted fund to be distributed to charities that help women and children. Rep. Paul Ray, R-Clearfield, the bill's sponsor, said he has heard many people wish the state had a Jazz license plate.