A legislative committee reviewing the status of specialty plates met for the first time Tuesday.
The Bureau of Motor Vehicles is reinstating the gay youth support group's license plate but is barring them from having low-numbered plates.
The Bureau of Motor Vehicles suspended Indiana Youth Group, Indiana Greenways and 4-H Foundation license plates because the groups gave them away to donors.
State lawmakers say they are trying to create a more organized and consistent way to regulate specialty license plates.
The plate will start appearing on cars at the end of the year to celebrate Indiana's bicentennial.
The Indiana Youth Group's license plate was banned because they allegedly did not follow BMV procedure.
The BMV says the Indiana Youth Group must go through the courts if it wants to appeal the bureau's decision to ban the organization's license plates.
The Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles has suspended the distribution of license plates from the Indiana Youth Group because it violated state law.
Some license plates are being singled out for not following state procedure.