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September 2, 2011

Lamar Taking City to Court Over Billboard Initiative

Claiming loss of credits it believed it was due and that its First Amendment rights are being violated, Lamar Outdoor Advertising has brought a suit against the city.

Claiming loss of credits it believed it was due and that its First Amendment rights are being violated, Lamar Outdoor Advertising has brought a suit against the city. This is due to the passage of the new billboard ordinances from the general election back in May.  For more information on this, please click here.

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