Controversial Messages Are Public Discourse, Protected by the Constitution
Did you catch the Outdoor Advertising Association of America's blog post on political speech and billboards today? It is of note since both 159 Georgia Together and the Georgia Alliance for Social Justice are mentioned by name.
"In Georgia, some constituents sought town hall meetings with US Senator David Perdue (R-GA). Dissatisfied with the senator’s response, two non-profit advocacy groups (159 Georgia Together and the Georgia Alliance for Social Justice) bought billboards to amplify their point.
"Two billboards were installed in Atlanta, three more along Interstate-95, generating widespread media attention."