When Pamela Geller initially spoke about the lawsuit she was running to get the DC Metro to run her ads that they were balking at doing, it sounded like the judge presiding would rule in favor of the wrong side. Luckily, it looks like justice is prevailing. You can get the PDF of the hearing over here. And here's more from the American Freedom Law Center.
Here's also the Wall Street Journal's news (also via Atlas Shrugs). The most important query in all this is whether the authorities at the DC Metro will keep an eye out for and arrest any vandals who try to wreck the ads. I hope the police make sure to fulfill their duty, and that the subway management also makes clear that vandalism over disagreement is unacceptable.