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On-Premises Signage U.S. Supreme Court Decision Announced

Today in the Austin v. Reagan decision, the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) ruled that the traditional regulatory distinction between on-premises signs and off-premises signs (billboards)...

SRF Presents: Saving Historic & Vintage Signs [Webinar]

Historic and vintage signs can rekindle fond memories of the past, transporting us to a time and place when nearly all businesses were locally-owned shops on Main Street, USA. Today, these signs...

Did you attend the TX APA C3 21 Conference?

Our session, Reed: Changes You Still Need to Make, has been approved by APA for 1.5 Law CM hours. Watch the session today to learn about content neutrality, the impending Supreme Court case City of...

Attending the TX APA C3 21 Conference?

We look forward to seeing you at the TX APA C3 21 conference. Attend our session on Wednesday from 3:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. CT, Reed: Changes You Still Need to Make. You will learn about content...

Austin v. Reagan Could Change Sign Regulations

The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) has agreed to hear the appeal of a case that promises to have significant implications for sign regulations across the country.

In City of Austin v....

ISA Planning for Sign Code SuccessTM
David Hickey, VP Advocacy

David Hickey
VP, Advocacy
david.hickey@signs.org

James Carpentier, AICP

James Carpentier, AICP
Director, State & Local Goverment
james.carpentier@signs.org

Kenny Peskin

Kenny Peskin
Director, Industry Programs
kenny.peskin@signs.org | @signcodeguy

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