June 4, 2008
Court Blocks Local Arizona Anti-Solicitation Law
The ACLU announced today that "The U.S District Court in Phoenix issued a preliminary order today stopping the town of Cave Creek, Arizona from enforcing an anti-solicitation ordinance that infringes on the free speech rights of day laborers in that town. Pending a final ruling in the case, the order ensures that day laborers will be able to exercise their constitutional rights by expressing their availability to work by standing in public areas without fear of being cited under the ordinance."
MALDEF was co-counsel on the case.
Here is a copy of the ruling.
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apparently that means everything that goes with that including urinatin in public,drinking and trashing up whereever they are hangin at with empty liquor bottles is ok to.
apparently that also means that ilegals swarming people in their cars in public is also so cool to.
just what we wanted.not !!!!!!!!!!
how disgusting is it for drunk job seeking illegals to perpatrate all these acts in addition to sometimes laying passed out in public areas
thanks so much for upholding their rights!!!!1
Posted by: ed | Aug 23, 2009 11:33:12 AM