Colorado Springs Defending Panhandling Ban

December 13, 2012 5:57 PM

Colorado Springs Defending Panhandling Ban
" DENVER (AP) — Colorado Springs officials are in federal court Thursday defending a recent panhandling ban from a free-speech challenge.

The Gazette reports that the American Civil Liberties Union wants a temporary halt to the so-called “no-solicitation zone.”

The ACLU argues that free speech is wrongly curbed by the ordinance approved last month in Colorado Springs "

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