Fans of Badin High School are a step closer to driving home their support for the Rams...literally. The Ohio House Transportation and Public Safety Committee has approved H.B. 394, which would create a license plate dedicated to Badin High School. Butler County State Representative Sara Carruthers (pictured) provided sponsor testimony in favor of the bill. If approved, supporters will pay a $30 annual fee for the plates, which would include Badin's logo. The money would go to the school's general fund. The bill now goes on to the full house for a vote. Carruthers says Hamilton, Fairfield, and Ross High Schools already have their own license plates.