Hashish companies can now not promote on billboards wherever alongside a freeway that crosses state borders, after a choose dominated in a favor of a central California dad who sued to dam such adverts.

The ruling gained’t influence stretches of in-state freeways populated with marijuana billboards, such because the 55 in Orange County or the 215 within the Inland Empire.

However the Bureau of Hashish Management mentioned Thursday that billboard firms should instantly cease promoting house to marijuana retailers and begin taking down present adverts close to roadways that at any level cross state borders. This may imply no hashish billboards close to closely used freeways similar to Interstate 10 within the Inland Empire, the 5 freeway in Orange County, and Freeway 101 in Los Angeles.

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