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    Ken Klein at IBOUSA: Trends that impact OOH

    Here is a re-cap of OAAA EVP Ken Klein’s presentation to independent billboard operators (IBOUSA) […]

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    Appeals Court Hears Important Billboard Case

    A federal appeals court heard oral arguments on January 30 on the constitutional (free speech) […]

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    Appeal Judges Selected to Hear Important Billboard Case

    Federal appellate judges appointed by Presidents Clinton, George H.W. Bush, and Obama will hear an […]

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    Fletcher to IBOUSA: We’re in this together.

    By Nancy Fletcher, President and CEO, OAAA For the first time, the basic billboard regulatory […]

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    Cato Calls Billboard Law Unconstitutional

    The Cato Institute and other conservative think tanks are supporting the legal attack on billboard […]

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    Thomas v Schroer brief filed

    Billboard law is unconstitutional because it treats roadside billboards differently than on-site business signs — […]

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    Challenge to Tennessee’s Billboard Law

    The Institute for Free Speech, a non-profit advocacy group, will represent the plaintiff challenging Tennessee’s […]

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    Tenessee Case Heads to Federal Appeals Court

    By Kerry Yoakum, OAAA In a closely watched case, a federal judge in Memphis has […]

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