Hold a town meeting to discuss the Edwardsville ordinance. Role-play residents for and against the ban, the American Civil Liberties Union, and members of the city council, business community, and "Edwardsville Beautification Society." Testify before the pretend city council on the pros and cons of keeping the law as it is. Those acting as city council members should question those testifying and then make a decision about the ordinance. Make signs supporting your decisions.
Form groups of four to five people. Draft a new law regulating signs that will further the interests of Edwardsville (for example, signs that protect the beauty of the community and maintain real estate values), and at the same time, insure First Amendment rights.
Compose a dissenting opinion.
Discuss reasons why commercial speech (such as advertisements) has been given less protection under the First Amendment than noncommercial speech (such as political or social signs).
Research local laws that pertain to the regulation of residential signs, posters, and handbills.
As Ritter told Bustle , season 2 will explore “more of why Jessica is the way she’s is” which means we’ll likely learn more about her family, the car accident that gave her powers and her brief stint as a superhero, but don’t expect scenes with Jessica rocking a Jewel outfit. She made it pretty clear in season 1 that she thought Trish’s handiwork looked more suited to a stripper, so, for now, we’ll just have to make do with the leather jacket, jeans, boots and her trademark sassy attitude. Her BFF/foster sister will certainly be back in the second season, along with Malcolm, Jeri Hogarth and Foggy (hopefully) when she needs a friend and a little legal back up. And we can be pretty sure that Jessica Jones will need both.