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Asked on: 6/29/13, 3:36 pm

There is a farmers market run by the city by me, open to the public. I would like to pass out religious material there, but a sign says no soliciting, including religious solicitation. Is this a violation of my religious liberty? They are preventing me from exercising my religion.

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Answered on: 6/29/13, 8:56 pm by George Ellis

It is likely not a violation of your first amendment rights. It is a proper time, place, and manner restriction.

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