Ill. city debates commercial, political speech

01/15/2014 | Edwardsville Intelligencer (Ill.)

Planners and city officials in Edwardsville, Ill., recently debated a proposed amendment to the sign code that would allow commercial signs to be replaced with political or other noncommercial signs, provided the new signs don't take up more space. Opponents say the amendment could negatively change the appearance of the downtown area, while supporters say the change is acceptable as long as sign owners abide by the size rules.

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