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Topic - Moveon
A nonprofit group can continue to use Louisiana's trademarked tourism slogan to criticize the government while a lawsuit against its billboard is still in court, a federal district judge has ruled.
The advocacy group MoveOn.Org and lawyers for Lt. Gov. Jay Dardenne say a ruling is expected next week in the legal fight over the group's Baton Rouge billboard that features the state's tourism slogan as part of a push to expand Medicaid.
Lt. Gov. Jay Dardenne filed a lawsuit Friday against a pro-Medicaid-expansion group over its use of the state's tourism slogan in a billboard campaign.
Lt. Gov. Jay Dardenne wants a pro-Medicaid expansion group to stop using the state's tourism marketing slogan in its billboard campaign.
A diverse group of powerful unions joined demonstrations near Wall Street on Wednesday, lending some focus, credibility and potentially hundreds of participants to a group that started out with a few camped-out college students.