Religious Billboards Costing Kentucky Money
On June 16, 2010 At 7:38 am
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Jimmy Harston's plan to "save people" by placing religious-themed billboards along Kentucky's Interstate 65 could cost the state money. His signs include religious messages, such as "Jesus Died for Our Sins."
The billboards are the source of a legal battle and the state considers them a nuisance. The state could lose federal highway funds over the signs.
Harston has already lost two suits brought by the state and has appealed. The Kentucky Court of Appeals is weighing Harson's appeal.