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Mobile Billboard Ban Approved by State Assembly

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Legislation to ban mobile billboards throughout California took a big step forward today when a bill to ban them was approved by the State Assembly in a 46-14 vote. The city of Los Angeles has been fighting mobile billboards, which have become one of the biggest complaints in some communities, for years with no success. AB 2756, brought forward by two Los Angeles Democrats, now heads to the State Senate for consideration.