Until this week, in order to protest on Monument Circle in Indianapolis or other monuments controlled by the Indiana War Memorial Commission, citizens needed to contact the commission and acquire a special permit to protest. The ACLU found this policy to be a violation of citizens’ First Amendment rights, and this week the U.S. court of appeals issued an injunction that stops the commission from enforcing the permit policy. Correspondent Lauren Glapa has the report for today’s WFHB feature exclusive.
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