"After hearing the debate framed in terms of aesthetics, driver safety and capturing local tourism dollars, Knoxville City Council members could decide whether to permit digital billboards based on which course of action is least likely to get the city sued."
Since approx 1500 communities around USA have banned billboards and four states have banned them it would seem a precedent has more than been set.
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