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If your state laws are the same as what we have here in Saskatchewan, generally it's the coloring that makes the underglow lights illegal (some argue as well that it could be distracting for other drivers despite the color). The reasoning is:
Red - Could be mistaken for brake lights if viewed from the front.
White/Yellow - Could be mistaken for headlamps if viewed from the rear.
Blue/Green/Orange - Are used on emergency vehicles.

You could kind of get away if you had purple (black light) or pink as they didn't fall under the categories listed above. If you did get pulled over with these 2 colors you likely wouldn't have got a ticket, but if the officer told you to turn them off you wouldn't argue with them about it either.

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