The state attorney general`s office says he expects a federal judge to put a halt to the state`s issue of "Choose Life" license plates. Cliff Hoofman, the legislative-affairs specialist for Attorney General Mike Beebe, told legislators that a lawsuit challenging the license plate design will probably lead to all 94 of Arkansas` specialty plates being made invalid. 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. Her lawyer has said the suit has to attack the law that allows all specialty plates. Many organizations raise money through the specialty plates and want the program to continue. Officials are exploring ways to change the system so it can go on.