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    Rothfelder on Texas Sign Height Administrative Rules and the Process to Change Them

    Insider has previously published articles about the on-going legislative and administrative processes for establishing new […]

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    Paul Wright Comments on NC Governor’s Veto

    Insider noticed SignValue Paul Wrights’ commented on Governor Roy Cooper’s veto of House Bill 645.  […]

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    NY Governor Signs Floating Billboard Ban

    The New York Times reported last week that Governor Cuomo had signed a bill to […]

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    Governor Vetos House Bill 645 in North Carolina.

    North Carolina’s Governor Roy Cooper vetoed House Bill 645 which would allow billboard companies the […]

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    San Jose Wants Digital Billboards to Enhance Downtown

    “Probably the most popular sign in all of downtown is at SAP center.  You’ve got […]

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    NC House Concurs on Billboard Legislation

    The North Carolina house has concurred with a North Carolina Senate version of a billboard […]

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    North Carolina Senate Passes Billboard Bill

    House Bill 645 has passed the North Carolina Senate with some changes and now goes […]

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    FAQs About Cannabis Advertising

    By Nick Levi, OAAA Legislative Intern As more states legalize cannabis, OAAA has assembled advertising […]

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    Rothfelder on Knick vs Township of Scott, An Important Ruling

    Insider’s Note: Richard Rothfelder is a Partner at Rothfelder & Falick and a frequent and […]

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    Mike Norton on the Cincinnati Billboard Tax

    In June 2018 the city of Cincinnati passed a 7% tax on billboard revenues.  Lamar […]

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