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Of Course , BDS never saw an activity that doesn't require an expensive permit. I gotta an idea , how about if we just say 'just do it', a mural is in theory a form of protected free speech. What are they gonna review , the color compatability , the paint spec ...

Mr DeJerk

Thank ClearChannel for the regulations. They were the ones that originally sued the City of Portland for not regulating murals.

I am glad this is finally being reviewed. I've heard of a few cases about people having great artists installing murals on their facades and having to remove them a month later, after being informed that that mural wasn't "approved".

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