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    Injunction against Cincinnati Billboard Tax is Permanent

    The court injunction blocking Cincinnati’s billboard tax is now permanent. On November 9, a judge […]

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    Baltimore Judge: Billboards are not “Speech”

    Clear Channel Outdoor plans to appeal an adverse court decision in Baltimore that says the […]

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    Dueling Billboards Debate Topics of the Day

    By Ken Klein, OAAA Executive Vice President, Government Affairs Think of a topic of the day… it’s […]

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    Billboard Tax Collection Overreach

    A side story to the now overturned Cincinnati billboard tax was the tax’s draconian enforcement […]

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    Do Billboards Speak?

    Thought Leadership from  Nancy Fletcher, OAAA President and CEO Do billboards “speak?” Yes, said a […]

    by John Weller· · 1 comment · Business

    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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    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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    Billboards Are A Form of Speech

    The billboard-tax lawsuit in Cincinnati has focused attention on “noncommercial” speech on billboards.    Lamar […]

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    Judge Could Rule on Cincy Billboard Tax Friday

    “Given the judge’s language in the TRO, I would be surprised if he changed his […]

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    Cincinnati passes Billboard Tax

    On June 27 Cincinnati passed a 10% tax on billboard revenues as part of the […]

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