I have my car registered in another county (doesn't require emissions tests) because I have a house there. Also works for insurance purposes. If you have a residence in the state you are good. However you still need to abide by the law of the state you are in though. So the front plate law will still get you when you are driving in a state that requires you have a front one attached. Just pay the ticket and be on your way they aren't horrible and shouldn't have any affect on your license.
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