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.
Plus, the editors' takes on the Super Bowl.
Plus: Texas voting law likely unconstitutional, remote workers and rural towns, and more...
The Super Bowl Will Be Played in the Most Expensive Stadium Ever Built. Taxpayers Didn't Pay a Dime.
Meanwhile, Virginia and Washington, D.C., are in a bidding war to decide which taxpayers will have the chance to pay for the Washington Commanders' new stadium. It shouldn't be this way.
A proposed commercial by dispensary-locator company Weedmaps was sacked by NFL and NBC suits.
Plus: The EARN It Act advances, against climate despair, and more...
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"Bad actors will be identified, and the Tampa Police Department will handle it."
In staring down the virus's blitz, the NFL showed that it is possible to balance caution and continuity.
The billionaire former three-term mayor of New York panders to Democratic loyalists rather than laying out a vision for a prosperous, tolerant America.
Lamar Alexander, a Key GOP Senator, Says Trump's Delay of Ukraine Funds Was 'Inappropriate'—but Not Impeachable
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Malcolm Jenkins brought the data, but the Fraternal Order of Police prefer to bully him into shutting up.
The Saints were robbed. But that's not Congress' problem.
Blame misguided federal policies, not the network.
Two brothers were arrested at a Giants-49ers game after cursing out and flipping off the Giants players. Now they're suing.
That's quite a lot of money to prove your loyalty to a song. And why are we paying to send politicians to football games anyway?
A little reminder of the complexities of international trade deals.
Tiny Texas Town Officially Condemns Kneeling During the Anthem, Attacks Senate Candidate Beto O'Rourke
The controversy might be two years old, but that didn't stop the Reno City Council from weighing in.
There are many reasons to be excited about the NFL's return. The national anthem controversy isn't one of them.
To understand what has happened to the Republican Party, consider the trajectory of the Wisconsin governor.
Trump is doing his best to make sure the NFL's national anthem controversy never dies.
Giants lineman A.J. Francis was enraged after the TSA treated his mother's remains carelessly. An apology from the agency did little to help.
The president has discovered the power of the pardon. Could that make this a moment for criminal justice reform?
Celebrity environmental activism against straws only lends moral support to prohibitionist politicians.
The White House-NFL anthem wars just got dumber, by design.
An MSU Student Said an Athlete Raped Her. Officials Found Him Innocent, Then Expelled Him—and He Had No Idea.
A Title IX case involving a black male athlete and a white female accuser raises serious due process concerns.
Friday A/V Club: The boxer who just got a posthumous presidential pardon was a central figure in one of the first battles over movie censorship.
"You have to stand proudly for the national anthem," Trump says, "or you shouldn't be playing."
Plus: Obamacare premiums rise, Trump praises NFL anthem policy.
The tax man always wins, and professional athletes take a bigger hit than most.
Minneapolis is being transformed into a police state.
Recently discovered 1966 memo spells out how sports could help advance a more individualistic and more diverse society.
If fans of the Indianapolis Colts are going to be offended by something, it should be their team's on-field performance this season.
"They really put my college career on hold just for exercising my right to free speech," says Donald De La Haye, former kicker for the Central Florida Knights.
Cities have issued more than $13 billion in untaxed bonds for stadium projects since 2000, and the NFL wants to keep the cronyism flowing.
Former player: If there's any sport or league that should be leading the way in experiments with cannibis, of course it's the NFL.
Politics regularly reveals itself as all show
Conservatives upset about the NFL's refusal to bend the knee to Trump on the anthem issue might redirect that fury to the NFL's raiding of their wallets.
Rid private functions of all symbols of the church-state. Then play ball.
Why should obsession with "cultural Marxism" mean one should fear protesting police crimes?
The attorney general says the Justice Department will be more active in free speech cases on college campuses.
Reason's Nick Gillespie, Katherine Mangu-Ward, Eric Boehm, and Andrew Heaton discuss the president's NFL feud, Graham-Cassidy, and tax reform.
Public workplace (and schoolhouse) protests are as American as apple pie.