Beggars' banquet: New rights in New York

February 1990
Newsweek;2/12/1990, Vol. 115 Issue 7, p25
Examines how, in a lawsuit filed on behalf of two homeless men, federal District Court Judge Leonard Sand ruled last week that panhandling is a free-speech right protected by the First Amendment. Response to the finding; Permits for panhandling.


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