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No violation of First Amendment rights at public hearing (access required)

Although a speaker alleging he was limited from speaking at a public hearing had standing to assert a First Amendment claim, because the topics were limited in a reasonable and viewpoint neutral manner, and the behavior was not “chilling,” there was no First Amendment violation. Background On July 9, 2019, David L. Judson filed an amended complaint ...