A billboard company has blocked a national pro-life group’s latest effort to post ads linking a congressional candidate to abortion funding – in the wake of a similar 2010 effort that resulted in a defamation lawsuit.
The Susan B. Anthony List ads argue Rep. Joe Donnelly, D-Ind., supports taxpayer-funded abortions because he voted in favor of President Obama’s health care overhaul legislation.
The group two years ago contracted with the same firm, Lamar Advertising, to post similar ads against then-Rep. Steve Driehaus, an Ohio Democrat who lost his re-election race and sued the Susan B. Anthony List. Lamar declined to accept the Driehaus ads under pressure.
The group calls Driehaus’ suit “frivolous,” and it argues Lamar Advertising’s recent decision not to run the anti-Donnelly ads on its billboards raises First Amendment questions.Continue Reading on www.foxnews.com