Wade Swormstedt, the Executive Director of the Foundation for the Advancement of the Sign Industry, wrote an article about the Wagner v. Garfield Heights court case, and it was published in the January 31 NBM newsletter. The final ruling, which disallowed a portion of the Garfield Heights sign code that allowed some temporary signs to be bigger than political signs, was based on the 2015 Reed v. Gilbert SCOTUS decision.
Swormstedt said, "The sweeping ramifications of the Reed decision will be seen for years to come. Reed is easily the most important SCOTUS case related to signage since 1980. And this summer, for the second consecutive year, the American Planning Association will devote a session to the Reed aftermath at its annual convention."
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