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Speech-Free Polling Places?

By Dan Weiner Brian Cardile, Nicolas Sonnenburg, Chase DiFeliciantonio | Mar. 2, 2018

U.S. Supreme Court,
Constitutional Law,
9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals

Mar. 2, 2018

Speech-Free Polling Places?

SCOTUS considered Wednesday whether concerns over voter intimidation and polling place decorum justify a broad Minnesota prohibition against political apparel at the ballot box. Dan Weiner (Brennan Center for Justice) says the law should stand, or perhaps be narrowed to alleviate overbreadth concerns. Plus, reporters Chase DeFeliciantonio and Nick Sonnenburg catch us up on recent immigration filings.



Brian Cardile

Daily Journal Staff Writer

Chase DiFeliciantonio

Daily Journal Staff Writer

Nicolas Sonnenburg

Daily Journal Staff Writer


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