Fisher first put a nine-foot inflatable Super Mario in front of his business it is hard to find. He says it was an instant hit.There were a lot of families and kids taking pictures total stranger with the Mario, said Fisher. Theiconic mustachioed hero tripled the foot traffic to his business. Now he feels his first amendment rights are being violated. Hesays the town of Orange Park, Florida threatened him with 100-dollar-a-day fines if he didnt take the mushroom-stomping coin-collecting character down. It was frustrating. First off, Mario was a lot of money. We budget for advertising and we decided to put our advertising dollars into that, said Fisher. Now, The Institute for Justice is taking it to ชุดว่ายน้ำเอวสูง ig federal court. The government is not allowed to favor some messages over others, said Erica Smith with The Institute for Justice.
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