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New Protest Poster Rules

Old protest poster

Michael Neibauer reports in The Examiner:

“Under the new regulations, posters that promote a “specific event,” like a protest march or an election, may go up anytime before the event, but must come down 30 days after the event. The rules also allow anyone to affix a non-event related poster in the public space for up to 60 days, as long as it is not lewd, indecent or vulgar.”

Originally signs had to go up and come down within 60 days. Do the new regulations make more sense?

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