Some fear free speech for all is at risk
(NEWSER) – As Occupy Wall Street first moved across the country, protests enjoyed a fair amount of tolerance from—and even sometimes popularity with—local government. But as time has dragged on, the "ironic legacy" of Occupy is tightened restrictions on public demonstrations, the Los Angeles Times reports. Many cities have passed ordinances requiring protesters to follow all sorts of new rules when picketing or camping out; permits are more difficult to obtain, and there are increased penalties when rules are broken.
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