Wednesday, June 21, 2017

I am at a CLE on Indiana Legislative Update.
There was some discussion of Reed v Town of Gilbert.
I tthink of the case mainly about a landmark standard of review case,
requiring strict scrutiny for content-based censorship.
But their focus is on the exact fact pattern of Gilbert - political signs.
So there's some new indiana statute that restricts the ways towns can
restrict political signs. It sounds problematic but possibly constitutional, but I'll ned to look at the statute.

It seems to me I could rely on Reed v Gilbert to revisit the issues in Majors v Abell, where Posner said more guidance was needed.

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