Via Chronicle Council:
Eight years after the case was dragged from justice to justice, the U.S. Supreme Court delivered an unanimous resolve to the Good News Community Church vs. Gilbert.
9 votes for and 0 against represented the final breath of the case in which the parishioners of the Good News Community Church challenged the sign regulation in place in the town of Gilbert, Arizona.
For some, it is a loss for governmental regulatory powers, but for others who saw the ridicule in this case, it is a well deserved win.
The U.S. Supreme Court concluded that the town of Gilbert violated the U.S. First Amendment when treating signs across the town differently, based on their content.