Flagstaff keeps digging a hole over commercial free speech.
Clarence Cocroft filed a lawsuit this week challenging the state's virtual ban on advertising medical marijuana businesses, arguing the law violates his First Amendment rights.
Instead of empowering the government to intervene, we should look more holistically at the experience of young people online.
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The city is banning temporary signs that don't have the NFL's approval in a downtown "clean zone."
Property owners are required to get permission from the city, the NFL, and/or the private Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee before displaying temporary advertisements and signs.
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The case is now on appeal after a lower court said the ban on websites promoting prostitution didn't concern protected speech.
Liz Truss seeks to possibly end ill-advised bans on advertising and special deals on foods experts deem “unhealthy.”
Billboards remind state residents that controversial speech enjoys First Amendment protection.
Lawmakers claimed they were just banning marketing guns to kids.
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Democrats Say Hulu Has Censored 'the Truth.' Hulu Says It's Within Its Rights To Refuse Political Ads.
The streaming platform has said gun- and abortion-related ads submitted by Democrats are too controversial to be aired.
A rider advocacy group says the Montreal's transit agency violated its free speech rights by refusing to run ads critical of recent fare hikes.
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Everybody knows what almond, oat, and soy milk are. We don’t need the FDA’s intervention, no matter what the dairy lobby claims.
The overall prevalence of cannabis consumption among adolescents rose between 2017 and 2019 but has fallen since then.
There may not be a more striking metaphor for capitalism's victory over the Soviet Union than a 60-second Pizza Hut ad that originally aired more than 20 years ago.
The defendants are not on trial for child sex trafficking, yet prosecutor Reggie Jones wouldn't stop talking about it.
New marketing restrictions on junk food will affect bottom lines, not waist lines.
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This tech/media fight down under is not about democracy or monopolies. It’s about ad revenue.
Judge Susan Brnovich said no reasonable person would question her impartiality just because her husband already says they're guilty.
The Ogilvy ad man and Alchemy author says Ludwig von Mises is his hero and that efficiency has nothing to do with free markets.
Ludwig von Mises is “my hero,” and free markets have nothing to do with efficiency, says Ogilvy ad man Rory Sutherland.
Desperate for revenue, online outlets try to use a crisis to overrule their customers’ judgment.
Twitter's New 'Deceptive Video' Labeling Plan Immediately Abused To Attack a Silly Joke Ad from Bloomberg
Nobody is being misled by this obviously joking debate clip. But this sort of ginned-up outrage will be used to target political opponents.
While the president seems sincerely concerned about "very unfair" drug penalties, it's not clear whether he thinks his work in that area is done.
Lamar Alexander, a Key GOP Senator, Says Trump's Delay of Ukraine Funds Was 'Inappropriate'—but Not Impeachable
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A Christmas Miracle: Washington Court Overturns Marijuana Sign Rules That Banned String Lights Spelling 'Pot'
A judge concluded that the restrictions violate the state constitution's free speech guarantee.
"Meth. We're On It."
The plaintiffs now have to prove that Remington's advertising was not only "unfair or deceptive" but "a proximate cause" of the attack.
Attacks and threats by elected officials lead to inevitable self-censorship.
Defining a company with political branding is risky business.