Congressman Launches Inquiry Into 'God's Not Dead 2' Billboard Controversy

July 18, 2016

Republican congressman Dana Rohrabacher said Monday he will conduct an inquiry into why a sign advertising the Aug. 16 DVD release of God's Not Dead 2 was deemed too "incendiary" for the Republican National Convention, which kicks off Monday in Cleveland, Ohio.

The Hollywood Reporter first reported that the sign was nixed after several emails back-and-forth between the sign company, Orange Barrel Media, and the filmmakers, ended with so many delays that it had to be nixed entirely.

Read more at: http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/congressman-launches-inquiry-gods-not-911748


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