Indiana Residents Split Over 'Banana House' Appeal

West Lafayette officials will determine if a house can keep its giant banana mural.
0:46 | 06/11/13

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Argument going on right now in West Lafayette -- Well here's some background on that -- a banana is part -- logo on the property company called granite management. The building that that giant bananas painted on. Is owned by the company and it says campaigning is meant to be a piece of art the argument is whether that's really the case and therefore the banana is. Protected is a form of speech or should be considered commercial speech and therefore. Regulated. It doesn't look bad but it's not you don't want us here -- Agassi. Thing and you don't want -- -- -- next door neighbor right in our element that but are now -- as Scott said and are here our producer Scott has a certain. Appeal. Actually it's got bash.

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