Weinstein Presents on Content-Neutrality in Sign Regulation at Planning Conference

Professor Alan Weinstein

Professor Alan Weinstein

C|M|LAW and Levin College of Urban Affairs Professor Alan Weinstein organized and served as a participant on a panel entitled “The Content-Neutrality Issue in Sign Regulation” at the 2014 American Planning Association (APA) national conference in Atlanta, Georgia, on April 30, 2014. Other panelists included Brian Connolly, a planner/attorney in Denver, Colorado, and Randall Morrison, an attorney in San Diego, California. The session focused on the conflicting views of content-neutrality among the U.S. Circuit Courts of Appeals, with the speakers favoring the more liberal approach taken in the Third, Fourth, Sixth and Ninth Circuits as opposed to the stricter approach in the Eighth and Eleventh Circuits.

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