International Outdoor v City of Southgate

556 Fed Appx 416 (6th Cir 2014 unpublished). The plaintiff claimed that the city's blanket ban on billboards violated its First Amendment and other constitutional rights.  The city said that the proposed billboard did not meet other reasonable time, place and manner regulations in the city’s sign ordinance. The lower court granted the city's motion to dismiss for lack of a redressible injury. The dismissal and the city's ordinance were upheld on appeal.