SCOTUS rulings: Of signs and license plates

Via One News Now:

It took eight years of legal pursuit, but a church in Gilbert, Arizona, has won the day in a Supreme Court case. However, a group in Texas wasn’t as fortunate in the high court’s ruling in their case.

The Good News Community Church sued the town of Gilbert because of restrictions on its signs. Alliance Defending Freedom attorney Jeremy Tedesco explains that the town’s sign ordinance lumped churches in with a disfavored group of sign-placers.


“So political signs got incredibly good treatment, [as did] ideological signs, homeowners association signs,” says the attorney. “They had church signs lumped in with certain other non-profit organizations, and [they] just heavily regulated them almost to the extent they couldn’t even place signs.”