The First Amendment and Businesses
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This paper explores the nature of the First Amendment's guarantee to protect free speech within the context of commercial speech and specifically business signage. The paper relates that although city ordinances can affect placement, size, and location of business signage, they cannot regulate content in anyway. However, the paper discusses how many businesses owners, such as Chris Green from SeaGreen Center in Florida, fail to adhere to the specific codes placed by city ordinances, and when they are asked to remove controversial signs based on ordinance infractions, many then wrongly claim that their rights to exhibit freedom of speech are being violated.
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