Judge Upholds Denial of Permit for 'Occupy' Protest at U.S. Court

, New York Law Journal

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Protestors have been denied permission to demonstrate outside the Daniel Patrick Moynihan Courthouse on Jan. 20 as part of a national day of protest over the controversial Citizens United decision, which prohibits the government from placing limits on independent spending for political purposes by corporations and unions.

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  • Noel

    Ok....so they can't hold it in the plaza, but as far as I recall no permit is needed for the quintessential public square, known as the sidewalk!

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