Supreme Court decision sways Roswell’s sign rules
by Erika Wells
ewells@neighbornewspapers.com
12:10 PM, Wednesday, July 01
An ordinance about signs residents and businesses place around the city of Roswell is in limbo following a recent U.S. Supreme Court decision. The court ruled local governments may not regulate signs based on what they say, following a ruling in R...

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