DNC security rules trigger free speech worries
From: The Washington Times | September 1, 2012
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Starting Saturday, someone walking through Charlotte's central business district could run afoul of the law by carrying water bottles, hair spray, socks or magic markers under sweeping security rules enacted ahead of the Democratic National Convention.
It would take a particularly strict reading of the rules ...
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