Thomas v. Schroer

Institute for Free Speech to Handle Appeal in Tennessee Sign Case

Alexandria, VA – The Institute for Free Speech yesterday notified a federal court and Tennessee state officials that it will represent William H. Thomas, Jr. in the state’s appeal of a ruling that Tennessee’s sign rules are unconstitutional. Last March, a federal judge ruled for Thomas, saying Tennessee law violated the First Amendment by creating […]

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In the News: Syracuse Post-Standard: Political signs are free speech, not a blight on suburban lawns

By Editorial Board While many consider political signs ugly and annoying, they are free speech at its purest. In case after case, courts have struck down efforts to limit this most basic form of political speech. In 1994, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled unanimously in City of Ladue et al. v. Gilleo that curbs on […]

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