In 2010 King County Metro refused to accept bus advertising from a pro-Palestinian organization. There ensued charges that the ads were anti-Jewish, then an American Civil Liberties Union lawsuit against Metro, a judge's ruling for Metro, then an appeal

In 2010 King County Metro refused to accept bus advertising from a pro-Palestinian organization. There ensued a chorus of shouting, including charges that the ads were anti-Jewish, then an American Civil Liberties Union lawsuit against Metro, a judge’s ruling for Metro, then an appeal. Now news comes from the other side of the country: a federal judge in New York City has ruled that the transit authority there cannot reject pro-Israel bus ads under its current policy, even though the ads are demeaning to Muslims.