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On Bourbon Street you can show everything (but your faith)

Deeter2 Wrote: Sep 23, 2012 3:44 PM
topeka, time place and manner restrictions are content neutral. This ordinance targets three types of speech and criminalizes them.

On October 26, 2011, the city of New Orleans criminalized religious expression on Bourbon Street.

Subsequently, in May of this year, a preacher from Vieux Carre Assembly of God Church was told by police that he could not continue discussing religion on Bourbon Street, even though he had been preaching there for the past 30 years every Tuesday and Friday evening.

The new rules were quietly put in place when Mayor Mitch Landrieu approved a ban on loitering or congregating “for the purpose of disseminating any social, political, or religious message between the hours of sunset and sunrise.”...