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BALTIMORE — A federal court in Maryland refused to dismiss PETA's suit alleging a public transit agency violated the First and 14th Amendments by refusing to display two graphic advertisements. The court wrote that although it is “sympathetic” that the defendants could have an interest in limiting such imagery on its buses, they allegedly haven’t done so in a reasonable or “viewpoint neutral” manner.

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