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City is not enforcing rules on political signs

By Bob Conrad

Political signs are appearing around town in possible violation of a city ordinance, but the City of Reno will not be enforcing its rules.

This Is Reno was contacted by a number of sources complaining that political candidates have signs posted advertising their campaigns, allegedly in violation of city codes that say political signs cannot be posted prior t…

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Ryan Jerz February 4, 2020 - 2:37 pm

If the city should be following state and federal election and speech laws, why is there an ordinance on the books specifically limiting the signs?

Bob Conrad
Bob Conrad February 6, 2020 - 3:04 pm

The ordinance came before the latest interpretation of higher court rulings.

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