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Discussion in 'In the News' started by AV8R, Oct 24, 2010.
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Phoenix Public Transit Department spokeswoman Marie Chapple said the gun-safety ad doesn't comply with their policy (requirement that ads be commercial in nature, and not merely public service announcements).
Isn't the advertised website TrainMeAZ.com, a commercial venture selling training?
Sounds like a great opportunity for a lawsuit against the Phoenix public transit dept and Ms. Chapple!
Yeah, right. I'm SURE they have a policy against running paid ads saying
"Buckle Up!" or "Don't Do Drugs".
10 to 1 she's lying to support some private agenda.
Everybody knows public transit systems are always broke.
I'll bet when the boss or board of directors finds out she turned down cash, she'll be out of a job.
They should sue the Public Transit Department and the City of Phoenix. They could get a lot more advertising that way than they ever would get with just their ad on a bench.
Three years later, UPDATE
Court hearing coming up.
ACLU is helping out
thank you for posting this i hope they win
so we all win