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The Republic azcentral.com The Phoenix Planning Commission will discuss changing the city's billboard ordinance again in light of recent court decisions, legislative action, and an initiative effort aimed at banning new electronic billboards.
The rest have huge public billboards at the side of the roads that tell them what the government wants them to know, how it wants them to behave. Simplistic propaganda it may be, but if these messages do get across, the country will be a better place.
Dhaka, Apr 10 (bdnews24.com) The Election Commission has given time up to Wednesday to remove posters, billboards and banners put up by aspirant mayor candidates before announcement of the poll schedule for the bifurcated Dhaka city corporations.
00 am (0) Comments Font Size: To the editor: If Flagstaff treated the Arizona Legislature like they treat us: -- All members of the Legislature would be required to show their birth certificates and college degrees at the end of our I-17 checkpoint
Thursday, March 29, 2012 5:04 pm (2) Comments Font Size: Representatives of the state's astronomy industry are celebrating Gov. Jan Brewer's veto of a bill that would have lifted a state ban on electronic billboards. Professional astronomers say the
Arizona legislators have approved a bill to prohibit use or possession of medical marijuana at public universities, community colleges or child-care facilities. A Senate vote of 28-2 on Wednesday completes legislative action on the bill...Supporters
Revenue the New Jersey Turnpike Authority gets from billboard advertising will double from $600,000 a year to about $1.2 million a year, under a 20-year contract the agency's board awarded to Clear Channel Outdoor of New York on Tuesday. The contract
Jubeerich Consultancy, charged with using the image of a slain U.S. university student body president on its billboards, has expressed deep agony and pain over the incident and said remedial action would be taken immediately. The Kochi-based
05 am (0) Comments Font Size: If there's a better example than the electronic billboard issue of how special interests influence the Arizona Legislature, we can't think of one. For a state whose official magazine, Arizona Highways, celebrates
The Record Billboards on the turnpike are going digital, following a trend that allows advertisers to flash more ads per minute to passing motorists than traditional static boards, while generating hundreds of thousands of dollars in non-toll revenue