(Narragansett, RI) -- Independent candidate for governor Joe Trillo is remaining defiant against the town of Narragansett's stance against campaign signs on the property of a family member. Trillo is facing potentially thousands of dollars in fines for violating an ordinance that says political candidates can't put up signs until 60 days before an election. He appeared in Narragansett municipal court for a hearing on Thursday, where a judge continued the case until August 23rd. Until then, Trillo says the signs will stay up and that the action is constitutionally protected.
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