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Billboard About Gender Roles Sparks Debate, Protest In North Carolina

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People gather at a church in Gilbert, Ariz., for an Easter sunrise service in 2010. The town passed a law to regulate signs a church in town was temporarily posting to provide event directions, but the Supreme Court on Thursday declared those rules unconstitutional. Matt York/AP hide caption

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Justices Give Officials More Say On Cars' Plates, Less On Roadside Signs

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More than 350 towns and cities in Texas have banned new billboards, but billboards companies are still pressing for new and taller signs. John Burnett hide caption

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In Cities Across Texas, Activists Battle Billboard Companies

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