MTA to review non-commercial ad policy after billboard controversy

MTA officials say they're reviewing its policy on non-commercial messages in the wake of recent controversial billboards at train stations.Commuters say they've been offended by

YONKERS - MTA officials say they're reviewing its policy on non-commercial messages in the wake of recent controversial billboards at train stations.Commuters say they've been offended by recent ads referencing Islam and the Israel-Palestine dispute.A federal judge issued an injunction last month saying the MTA violated free speech rights by rejecting an ad that it considered discriminatory against Islam. Anti-Islamic ads at Metro-North stations raise eyebrows

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