In ‘Defeat Jihad’ Lawsuit, WMATA Paid $35K in Attorney Fees and Costs
Nov. 27, 2012
After a Washington federal judge ruled last month that local public transit officials ran afoul of the First Amendment in delaying the posting of a controversial advertisement in rail stations, the agency agreed to pay $35,000 in attorney fees and costs to the group behind the ad, according to a document (PDF) recently obtained by Legal Times. Click here for full article.
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