“Under First Amendment jurisprudence, content-based laws are presumptively unconstitutional and can be justified only if the governmental regulation advances a compelling interest in the least restrictive means available.” – David Hudson

“Under First Amendment jurisprudence, content-based laws are presumptively unconstitutional and can be justified only if the governmental regulation advances a compelling interest in the least restrictive means available.” – David Hudson

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