January 6, 2012
Interior Designers and the First Amendment
From the National Law Journal: an opinion piece on the upcoming case before the Supreme Court, Locke v. Shore. Petitioners are challenging a Florida law that requires interior designers practicing in non-residential, commercial settings to be licensed. Few other states require such licensing. The authors of the NLJ piece are the attorneys for the petitioners, who allege that their First Amendment rights are being violated. Here's a link to the 11th Circuit opinion upholding the law.
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