Billboard heights could be soaring across Texas highways if new rules proposed by the Texas Department of Transportation go into effect. A billboard on US Highway 290 points the way to the Blue Bell Creameries on Thursday, April 23.
Billboard heights could be soaring across Texas highways if new rules proposed by the Texas Department of Transportation go into effect. A billboard on US Highway 290 points the way to the Blue Bell Creameries on Thursday, April 23. Smiley N. Pool AP
Billboard heights could be soaring across Texas highways if new rules proposed by the Texas Department of Transportation go into effect. A billboard on US Highway 290 points the way to the Blue Bell Creameries on Thursday, April 23. Smiley N. Pool AP

Could a loophole allow billboards to grow twice as tall across Texas?

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