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Bare-Chested TSA Protest May Be Protected (access required)

A young man who protested TSA screening at Richmond International Airport by stripping down to running shorts to reveal the text of the Fourth Amendment across his bare chest may sue TSA officials for allegedly violating his First Amendment rights by calling airport security to arrest him; the 4th Circuit upholds a district court decision ...

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