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    Feds Support State/Industry in TN billboard case

    The federal government is supporting the State of Tennessee’s defense of its billboard law as […]

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    Transit as Free Speech Battleground; Sessions’ DOJ Joins the Fight

    Kerry Yoakum, an attorney, is a vice president of the OAAA The US Department of Justice […]

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    Billboard Insider’s Six Stories to Watch in 2018

    Here are six out of home stories Billboard Insider thinks are worth watching in 2018. […]

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    Reed v Gilbert Lawsuit in Indiana

    Jeff Lee’s GEFT Outdoor has initiated a Reed v Gilbert lawsuit against the city of […]

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    Kerry Yoakum on trends in local out of home regs.

    Kerry Yoakum is VP, Government Affairs for OAAA.  He joined OAAA in 2008 after practicing […]

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    Reno Billboard Lawsuit Proceeds

    The US District Court for Nevada has partly granted and partly denied a petition by […]

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    9th Circuit Denies Reed v Gilbert Challenge

    Last week the Ninth Circuit Court of appeals denied a Reed v Gilbert challenge to […]

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    Smith on The Impact of Reed v Gilbert

    Part 3 in a series on First Amendment Sign Cases by J. Allen Smith, an […]

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    Together, Through Thick and Thin

    In their March Legal Report, OAAA Counsel Eric Rubin explores the ties that bind all […]

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    Troup County GA reviewing sign code.

    The Lagrange Daily News reports that Troup County, Georgia will vote on a 90 day […]

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