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    Even when the use of its public streets and sidewalks is involved, therefore, a municipality may not empower its licensing officials to roam essentially at
    Message 1 of 1 , Apr 10, 2013
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      Even when the use of its public streets and sidewalks is involved, therefore, a municipality may not empower its licensing officials to roam essentially at will, dispensing or withholding permission to speak, assemble, picket, or parade, according to their own opinions regarding the potential effect of the activity in question on the "welfare," "decency," or "morals" of the community. Shuttlesworth v. Birmingham, 394 US 147, 153 - Supreme Court 1969

       

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