Congratulations to PLF's Atlantic Center on their win for free speech
Over the weekend, PLF’s Atlantic Center and our client Scott McLean received great news related to the case PLF filed to overturn a city ordinance that prohibited “for sale” signs in cars parked on public streets. The Alexandria City Council unanimously voted to repeal this unconstitutional city ordinance that had been on the books for more than 50 years.
The Washington Post reported on this story nicely but for those “outside of the beltway” ABC 7 News reporter Caroline Tucker met up with Scott for his reaction.
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