Mary Sanchez

February 26, 2014 5:30 PM

Free speech at stake in quirky Missouri gun case

The American Civil Liberties Union’s legal director for Missouri categorized the use of a protection order to limit criticism of the government as “the worst kind of censorship.” The ACLU noted that other means of voicing views, say leafleting, enjoy protections grounded in case law. But the legal record is still cloudy when the Internet is the method.

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