Regulating Political Signs in Election Season: Sign, Sign, Everywhere A Sign…
September 26, 2016
by Jill Dvorkin
presents a significant problem for local governments because most, if not all, sign codes adopted before that decision regulate categories of signs based on content, such as a category for political or real estate signs. Even though the Reed
decision was issued over a year ago, local governments are still struggling with how to revise their sign codes to comply with its holding. Today’s blog post will consider how Reed
may affect the regulation of political and other types of temporary signs going forward.
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