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Federal appeals court upholds free-speech rights of Memphis pro-life protester

July 26, 2019

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CWN Editor's Note: Memphis police had barred a man from protesting on “a privately owned street that offers access to the parking lots of several businesses, including a Planned Parenthood clinic,” according to the ruling, which held that “even when a street is privately owned, it remains a traditional public forum if it looks and functions like a public street.”

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