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    Gag Orders and Out of Home

    By Richard Rothfelder, Rothfelder and Falick Since when can a local government pass a huge […]

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    Judge Blocks Cincy Billboard Tax Citing First Amendment

    CINCINNATI, OH (October 17) – Court of Common Pleas Judge Curt C. Hartman today invalidated […]

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    Billboard Legal: Asserting Your Rights

    Don’t be shy about asserting your rights if a zoning or planning board doesn’t follow […]

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    Digital Billboard Fight in Braintree MASS

    The Boston Globe reports that Tom Sullivan (Lumber Liquidators and Cabinents to Go) and RJ […]

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    Billboard Ban and Free Speech Collide in Alaska

    Alaska’s Outdoor Advertising Law, was passed by citizen initiative in the 1990s. That law is […]

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    Cincinnati Repeals Billboard Fee Hike

    Cincinnati’s City Council voted to repeal its recent, significant increase in billboard fees.  The unanimous […]

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    Tourism signs in New York State: What Did The Feds Agree To?

    The feds and New York State announced resolution on September 28 to a long-running dispute […]

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    The San Jose Problem

    By Jennifer Sloane, Esq. As an attorney for the OOH industry, I love to see […]

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    Maryland May Outlaw Cannibas Billboards

    Biz Journals reports The Maryland Medical Cannabis commission is considering measures to prohibit cannabis-related businesses […]

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    New Digital Signs Headed For San Jose, CA

    For more than 30 years, new billboards have been banned on city-owned property across San […]

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