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Keeping up with Legal Cannabis: What’s the Latest

Ken Klein | December 17th, 2018

As more states legalize cannabis, regulators are scrambling to figure out rules for advertising.As more states legalize cannabis, regulators are scrambling to figure out rules for advertising. (Note: federal law considers marijuana a Schedule I controlled

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Myron Laible Honored as OOH ‘Expert & Friend’

Ken Klein | November 19th, 2018

The OOH industry honored Myron Laible as an expert and friend who helped guide two generations through complex regulations. The leadership of the OOH industry met in New York City on November 13; it was Myron

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Longtime OAAA Problem-Solver Myron Laible to Retire

Ken Klein | November 12th, 2018

Myron Laible is retiring after more than 33 years at the Outdoor Advertising Association of America (OAAA). “Myron knows more about billboard regulation and has resolved more problems for more OAAA members over more years than

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OAAA Legal Seminar: Why Did the Judge Ax the Tax?

Kerry Yoakum | October 22nd, 2018

Lawyers who successfully argued that a new local billboard tax violates the First Amendment will explain the case at the OAAA Legal Seminar in New York City on November 14. When Cincinnati imposed a targeted billboard

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What’s Next: OOH Campaign Ready to Launch & More

Nancy Fletcher | September 4th, 2018

Re-charged by the Labor Day holiday, we’re ready for a busy, productive fall. Here’s what’s next: First, we Get Out of Home. On October 1, the out of home (OOH) industry will launch a big, sophisticated

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New FDA Rule Regulates E-Cig Advertisement Warnings

Kerry Yoakum | July 16th, 2018

Advertising for electronic cigarettes that deliver nicotine via vapor is a growing category for out of home advertising.  Effective August 10, ads for e-cigarettes must include a warning that nicotine is addictive. New rules from the

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Supreme Court Declines On/Off-Premise Sign Case

Kerry Yoakum | June 4th, 2018

On May 29, the US Supreme Court declined a challenge to San Francisco’s outdoor advertising restrictions which permit on-premise advertising but prohibit off-premise advertising. In 2015, Contest Promotions, a company that runs raffles for prizes such

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