A town ordinance that limits political signs on private property to 21 days before an election and five days after violates the First Amendment, a federal judge found.

Southern District Judge Kenneth Karas, ruling in Marin v. Town of Southeast, 14-cv-2094, blocked the Town of Southeast from enforcing a 2014 ordinance that treated political signs as different from other types of signs.

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