Mon, 16 Sep 2019
23 USC §131 controls the display of billboards and other signs within 660 feet of a federal interstate highway. As originally enacted in 1965, there were a few exceptions, such as directional signs, and signs advertising events taking place on the property on which they stood, or the sale or lease of that property.
Today I learned that under the Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1978, the list of exceptions was extended to include:
There is no exception for free tea.
[ Addendum 20191002: A 2015 Supreme Court decision imperils the free coffee exception, according to three of the justices. I've written a detailed followup. ]