Super Bowl censorship scheme violates free speech, court rules• https://www.wnd.com by Bob Unruh
A scheme that was developed by the city of Phoenix allowing the National Football League to censor messages on signs in the city during the Super Bowl has been struck down.
According to a report from the Goldwater Institute, the judge found that the "Super Bowl Censorship Ordinance" violated the free speech rights of citizens.
It also "unconstitutionally delegated power to the National Football League (NFL) and Super Bowl Host Committee," the report said.
The institute had sued the city because its new rule "barred residents from placing signs on their own property without first getting approval from the NFL and the Host Committee – two private entities that were empowered to choose what kind of speech people were allowed to engage in," the report said.