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September 13, 2012

Nonprofit protests Calif. transit’s ad ban

AIDS Walk Los Angeles is protesting Big Blue Bus’s refusal to accept paid notices promoting the organization's fundraiser. The Santa Monica city attorney's office ordered the agency to stop accepting the ads because they violated its policy banning non-commercial advertising.


August 2, 2011

King County Metro refuses to run public health ad

Agency’s new policy, created after a controversy involving an ad which sparked a face-off between pro-Israeli and pro-Palestinian groups, prohibits ads that express a viewpoint on economic, political, religious or social issues.


January 6, 2010

Calif.'s NCTD to consider naming rights

Agency may create an advertising policy that sells naming rights of its train stations.


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