ANOTHER CASE OF A GOVERNMENT TRYING TO USE ZONING LAW TO CENSOR CRITICISM OF ITS USE OF EMINENT DOMAIN
A long time ago I reported on a story about a city in Missouri that tried to use its sign code to get rid of a sign criticizing the city’s use of eminent domain. Now a town in Virginia has apparently done pretty much exactly the same thing, with the same result: blatant attempts to restrict signs based on the content of the messages are going to get shot down just about every time, as they should.
Via Overlawyered, again.
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