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CTIA v. San Francisco

Date: September 11, 2012

San Francisco’s “Right to Know Ordinance” requires retailers to put up posters in their stores, attach stickers to their cell phone displays, and distribute “factsheets,” all of which are designed by the City to advise consumers of supposed risks associated with cell phone use.  NFIB Legal Center filed an amicus brief in support of a challenge to the ordinance because the case raises significant First Amendment issues, which will burden the small business community.

Status: VICTORY - U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit!

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