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Nearly seven years after its landmark ruling in Reed v Town of Gilbert, the U.S. Supreme Court has clarified a question that has split circuits across the country: can a municipality still differentiate between on- and off-premises signs? The court, in City of Austin v Reagan National Advertising of Austin, LLC, has held that such distinction is facially content neutral under the First Amendment and therefore a valid regulation. This overturns past Sixth Circuit (which covers Michigan) precedent. Read More ›
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