The list is growing for the number of anti-abortion groups that want to see a lawsuit challenging Arkansas` "Choose Life" license plates. Tamara Brackett of Fayetteville filed suit against the state last year on grounds that she could not buy a plate that advocates her stance in favor of legal abortion. She says the state opened the license plate forum to one viewpoint alone -- the view of anti-abortion groups. She also alleges she and others interested in obtaining a specialty "Pro Choice" plate, or one with similar wording, can`t do so in Arkansas. The most recent anti-abortion groups to intervene are Hannah Medical Center of El Dorado and Life Choices Incorporated. of Conway, both of which are crisis pregnancy centers. Hannah director Debora Griffin and Rose Mimms, executive director of Little Rock-based Arkansas Right to Life are also intervening.