SRF Presents: Content-Neutral Sign Codes After Reed and Austin
Is your community's sign ordinance content-neutral enough to survive scrutiny by a federal court? Estimates are that at least half the local jurisdictions in the United States still have yet to be fully compliant with the landmark Reed v. Town of Gilbert (2015) U.S. Supreme Court decision, and are vulnerable to legal challenges and financial penalties. Learn how the federal courts have recently been interpreting Reed, including last year's Austin v. Reagan decision from the U.S. Supreme Court involving billboards and digital signs, and what it means for your community's sign code. You’ll also learn various approaches when regulating murals, political signs and other challenges in trying to achieve content-neutral sign codes. Those who register will receive a complimentary copy of the Sign Research Foundation’s recent publication "Content-Neutral Sign Codes After Reed and Austin."
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