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Old 05 July 2007, 02:13 PM
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Originally Posted by jespur62 View Post
The last 4 towns I have lived in have an ordinance that door-to-doors have to have a city permit.
If anyone can cite one of the Supreme Court decisions, I'd appreciate it. I'd like to read their reasoning.
I already did, on page 1, but here it is again. Link. These decisions, however, apply specifically to door-to-door religious proselytizers.

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It sounds odd to me that a town can stop WalMart from setting up shop, but is forced to allow door-to-door selling.
Commerce =! speech. The religious proselytizers in question were not selling anything.
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