Traffic moves by an electronic billboard on Interstate 85 between Gastonia and Belmont near McAdenville. A bill would make it easier for billboard firms to convert signs into digital screens and would limit local governments’ ability to regulate billboards’ placement.
Traffic moves by an electronic billboard on Interstate 85 between Gastonia and Belmont near McAdenville. A bill would make it easier for billboard firms to convert signs into digital screens and would limit local governments’ ability to regulate billboards’ placement. MARK HAMES mhames@charlotteobserver.com
Traffic moves by an electronic billboard on Interstate 85 between Gastonia and Belmont near McAdenville. A bill would make it easier for billboard firms to convert signs into digital screens and would limit local governments’ ability to regulate billboards’ placement. MARK HAMES mhames@charlotteobserver.com

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